Harrisburg, PA - The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture today warned consumers to discard all dairy products from Moo Echo Dairy in Somerset County, regardless of sell-by date or lot code. The products were not properly pasteurized.
Recalled products include the following items sold at the dairy’s store at 3671 Glades Pike in Somerset; Dormina’s Kitchen Cupboard, 2535 Lincoln Highway in Stoystown, Somerset County; Davidsville Fuel, 763 S Main St, Davidsville, Somerset County; and at Lapp’s Family Market, 216 Kingston Street in Latrobe, Westmoreland County:
- milk – whole, 2% low fat, skim, chocolate and strawberry, sold in gallons, half-gallons, quarts and pints
- cheese, except aged cheddar, Swiss and Colby
- ice cream – half-gallons and pints
- ice cream sandwiches and ice cream cakes
No illnesses connected to the products have been reported, but anyone who becomes ill after consuming these dairy products should consult their physician.
The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture encourages, protects and promotes the state’s agriculture and food industry, while providing consumer protection through inspection services that impact the health and financial security of Pennsylvanians.
Find information about foodborne illnesses, and the department’s work to safeguard food in Pennsylvania at agriculture.pa.gov.
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