Utah Campylobacter Raw Milk Outbreak

Fourteen people in Utah are part of a raw milk Campylobacter outbreak. One person has been hospitalized.

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The patients range in age from 2 to 73 years old. All but two of the patients reported drinking raw milk before they developed symptoms of a Campylobacter infection, called campylobacteriosis, which include nausea, abdominal cramps, and diarrhea.

Health officials are still working to pinpoint the source of the outbreak.

Laws that govern the sale of raw milk vary from state to state. In Utah, raw milk cannot be sold at grocery stores, it can only be sold directly from farm to consumer.

Raw milk outbreaks are fairly common in Utah. Since 2009, there have been 25 Campylobacter raw milk outbreaks in the state.  Those outbreaks sickened a combined total of 295 people.

Campylobacter raw milk outbreak

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