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Cass-Clay Says Lumpy Milk is Safe

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Some local milk drinkers found a surprise this weekend when opening a gallon of 2% Cass-Clay Milk.

One Fargo woman called us when she found a few gallons of the milk she bought from two different grocery store chains looked like it had curdled.

She said the milk hadn't passed its marked expiration date, but when she tried to return the gallons the grocery stores she talked to said she wasn't the only one to find the spoiled milk.

"We stuck our hand in it to kind of swirl it around to see if there was something on top, and we pulled it out and it was clump, like a cottage cheese-type mixture. We poured a couple glasses of it and it was still in there, still floating," Heather Duckhouse said of the gallons she bought.

Cass-Clay Milk says the milk is not spoiled, and there is no health risk if you do find a few clumps in your milk.

They responded with this statement: A very small amount of milk produced at the Cass-Clay plant in Fargo on May 3rd was homogenized at a pressure that did not cause all of the butter fat to be properly dispersed.

They are offering a full refund to any customer wishing to return milk from that date.

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