I can’t proclaim to be a regular reader of the University of Chicago Journal "Clinical Infectious Diseases."   An article in its April issue, however, was pointed out to me.   That article concerned the investigation of the 2006 Dole Spinach  E. coli O157:H7 outbreak as it related to cases in Wisconsin.

In that same issue is an article on a 2005 outbreak of Salmonella Saint Paul traced to unpasteurized orange juice.  You can view the article here.    The article refers to 152 cases of Salmonella poisoning  in 23 states.  Unpasteurized juices have been linked to serious illness outbreaks in the past.   In 1996 an outbreak of E. coli O157:H7 was linked to apple juice.  More recently unpastuerized carrot juice was linked to deadly botulism poisoning. 

As far as I know, unpastuerized orange juice doesn’t have the following of "raw milk."  That’s probably a good thing.