The Boise Meadow Gold Dairy plant has issued a voluntary recall for around 10,000 units of its Old Style Whipping Cream and DairyPure Whipping Cream and Half and Half amid concerns over “insufficient pasteurization,” according to a company press release.
The release says the products could contain “Salmonella, Campylobacter, Listeria and/or E. coli” that is present in raw milk, though Meadow Gold has not yet received any reports of illness related to the products.
The product was distributed in a fairly limited area of Idaho, Oregon, Wyoming and Utah, according to the release, and includes pints of Old Style Whipping Cream, along with half pints, quarts and gallons of DairyPure Whipping Cream and quarts of DairyPure Half and Half. All affected items carry the plant code 16-05 and specific UPC codes available at fda.gov.
Meadow Gold urged consumers to discard any affected products they may have already purchased, and said customers can call 1-800-587-2259 for more information.
“The Idaho Department of Agriculture’s Bureau of Dairying and the Food and Drug Administration have been notified of this recall,” the release says.