Frisia Dairy Recalls Raw Milk Products Over E. Coli Contamination Threats

01/18/2012 // WPB, FL, USA // Injury Lawyers News // Nicole Howley

Tenino, WA — An E. coli contamination threat has prompted Frisia Dairy and Creamery to recall its retail raw milk products, although there have been no reported illnesses at this time, reported Q13Fox.com.

The following Frisia Dairy and Creamery products have been recalled from the following locations:

• Frisia Dairy and Creamery, 4800 Skookumchuck Rd. SE., Tenino, WA

• Olympia Food Co-op, 3111 Pacific Ave., Olympia, WA

• Yelm Co-op, 404 First St., Yelm, WA

• Mt. Community Co-op, 105 Carter St., Eatonville, WA

• Mt. Community Co-op, 105 Carter St., Eatonville, WA

• Olympia Food Co-op, 921 Rogers, Olympia, WA

• Olympia Local Foods, 2442 Mottman Road SW, Tumwater, WA

• Baily’s IGA, 10333 Hwy 12 SW, Rochester, WA

• Tenino IGA, 669 Lincoln Ave., Tenino, WA

The raw milk recall was issued after the Washington State Department of Agriculture’s (WSDA) monthly sampling revealed that toxin-producing E. coli was present in the sample.

Severe diarrhea, stomach cramps and bloody stool typically appear after three to four days of exposure of E. coli. If you are experiencing the signs of an E. coli infection, you should contact your health-care provider.

Frisia Dairy and Creamery, along with WSDA, is investigating the cause of the E. coli contamination.

Those who have purchased the recalled products can return them for a full refund.

Questions regarding the recall can be directed to Frisia Dairy and Creamery at 360-264-8668.

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