South Dakota is recalling milk for a potential health risk due to improper pasteurization.
We are wondering if the "dirty dairy" bill passes in California if states that discover unpasteurized milk could in the future just send it to the Golden State where it could be mixed into the "bacteria cocktails" for sale by retailers like Whole Foods.
But we digress. Health officials in South Dakota are urging people not to drink any half-gallon, 1 percent Hy-Vee Health Market Milk with a product code before June 2nd. The recall was issued by the South Dakota Department of Agriculture.
Unpasteurized milk may contain E. coli, Salmonella, and other harmful bacteria that can cause life-threatening illness.