The deaths keep coming from pasteurized dairy products. In 2007, it was three deaths (and a miscarriage) from tainted pasteurized milk in Massachusetts. Last year, it was two deaths, one in Wisconsin and another in Delaware (along with at least one miscarriage), from bad pasteurized cheese.
I fought the law and the law won, I fought the law and the law won.”
As he reports in a comment following my previous blog post, Mark McAfee of Organic Pastures Dairy Co. sent a letter to Pat Kennelly, food safety chief at the California Department of Public Health, expressing upset about the agency’s press release related to possible raw milk illnesses. According to the letter, “When Claravale was shut down two weeks ago, CA DPH published a Press Release that warned consumers against consumption of any raw milk.