State agriculture department investigating Cass-Clay milk recall
(Update) - The North Dakota Department of Agriculture announced on Friday it is investigating a milk recall.
Cass-Clay milk is believed to have been contaminated with a chemical that’s used to sterilize and clean equipment, according to a media release.
The milk is 1% low-fat galloon milk with a best by date of 3/19 and a time stamp between 16:30 and 17:30.
In the media release, the state agency said Ag inspectors are doing a more in-depth investigation to confirm that no other products were contaminated and that corrective measures are in place.
(Original) - Cass-Clay is now recalling 1% low fat gallons of milk because a sanitizer was accidentally introduced into the milk, and drinking it may cause a burning in the throat.
The affected milk has a best buy date of 3/19 and a time stamp between 16:30 and 17:30.
The milk was distributed to grocery stores in Minnesota and North Dakota.
If you have a gallon of milk that could be affected, you're urged to return it for a full refund.
Anyone with questions about the situation should call 1-800-726-6455.