SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California health officials are recalling raw milk products from a Northern California dairy after bacteria that can cause cramps and other problems was found in its raw cream.
The California Department of Public Health said Friday that the raw milk, raw nonfat milk and raw cream produced by Claravale Farm of San Benito County was recalled after a preliminary finding of campylobacter bacteria in its cream.
Health officials say the company voluntarily stopped distributing its products on March 19. No illnesses have been attributed to Claravale's milk or other goods.
Officials say the company's products with the code dates of "MAR 27" and earlier should be thrown out.
Claravale Farms is located about 60 miles south of San Jose. Its website lists only California locations where its products are sold.
Company officials did not immediately return a call seeking comment.