Raw milk produced by BAD FARMS in Kempton, PA has been recalled after it tested for Campylobacter. Consumers who have purchased the milk should not drink it as Campylobacter can cause serious illness. One case of campylobacteriosis has been reported.
The recalled milk has a sell-by date of August 23, 2019 and was packaged in plastic half gallons, gallons, and pints with the label BAD FARMS. It was sold at BAD FARMS’ on-farm store and at the following locations:
- Emmaus Farmer’s Market
- Lehighton Farmers Market in Emmaus
- Lehigh County, Trexlertown Farmers’ Market in Breinigsville
- Wannamakers General Store in Kempton
Food gets contaminated with Campylobacter when it contacts fecal matter. This happens frequently with raw milk no matter how clean the facilities are. Symptoms of campylobacteriosis include diarrhea, abdominal cramps, muscle pain and fever. If you drank this milk and developed these symptoms, see a doctor.