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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 6, 1990
State health officials on Friday ordered cartons of possibly contaminated milk and cream off store shelves in Los Angeles County after salmonella bacteria was found in test samples. The products that are being removed are certain containers of Stueve's Natural raw certified whole and nonfat milk and all-purpose cream. The affected lots are coded with the following dates: OCT 08D, OCT 09D, OCT 10D, OCT 11D, OCT 12D, OCT 13D and OCT 14D.
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March 29, 1993
State health officials Sunday advised consumers to return or discard some batches of Stueve's natural raw milk after investigators found salmonella in a routine sampling of the product. Potentially contaminated batches are Stueve's natural raw certified whole milk and nonfat certified milk and cream, coded Mar28A through Aprl04, said Betsy Hite, a Department of Health Services spokeswoman.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 2, 1988
State health officials have issued a recall for Stueve's Natural Raw Certified Milk because of the presence of salmonella, a harmful bacteria. The order applies to those brands of Stueve's Natural containing the code date DEC 6E, according to the Department of Food and Agriculture. The products affected by the action are the City of Industry firm's whole and nonfat raw milk and the company's raw cream.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 8, 1991 | ROBERT STEINBROOK, TIMES MEDICAL WRITER
The state Department of Health Services has proposed emergency regulations that would require warning labels on all raw milk and raw milk products sold in California. The labels would warn consumers that raw milk "may contain disease-causing microorganisms" that pose particular risks to newborns, infants, pregnant women, the elderly, and the chronically ill. The regulations would take effect April 1, if they are approved this month by the state Office of Administrative Law.
NEWS
March 29, 1993
State health officials Sunday advised consumers to return or discard some batches of Stueve's natural raw milk after investigators found salmonella in a routine sampling of the product. Potentially contaminated batches are Stueve's natural raw certified whole milk and nonfat certified milk and cream, coded Mar28A through Aprl04, said Betsy Hite, a Department of Health Services spokeswoman.
NEWS
August 12, 1987 | DANIEL P. PUZO, Times Staff Writer
Federal health officials have announced a ban on interstate shipments of certified raw milk, effective Sept. 10, as a means of "controlling communicable diseases," namely infections caused by salmonella bacteria. The ban marks one of the few times that an entire food category has undergone such a restriction, which is normally reserved for harmful additives or adulterants, said Kennon M. Smith, regulatory officer for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Center for Food Safety in Washington.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 8, 1991 | ROBERT STEINBROOK, TIMES MEDICAL WRITER
The state Department of Health Services has proposed emergency regulations that would require warning labels on all raw milk and raw milk products sold in California. The labels would warn consumers that raw milk "may contain disease-causing microorganisms" that pose particular risks to newborns, infants, pregnant women, the elderly, and the chronically ill. The regulations would take effect April 1, if they are approved this month by the state Office of Administrative Law.
NEWS
August 12, 1989
After laboratory tests found salmonella bacteria, state Health Director Kenneth W. Kizer on Friday ordered that about 24,000 gallons of Steuve's Natural raw certified milk be removed from sale. Steuve's Natural whole and nonfat milk coded AUG 15E, AUG 16E, AUG 17E and AUG 18E, state health officials said, should not be consumed because of the potential salmonella threat.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 6, 1990
State health officials on Friday ordered cartons of possibly contaminated milk and cream off store shelves in Los Angeles County after salmonella bacteria was found in test samples. The products that are being removed are certain containers of Stueve's Natural raw certified whole and nonfat milk and all-purpose cream. The affected lots are coded with the following dates: OCT 08D, OCT 09D, OCT 10D, OCT 11D, OCT 12D, OCT 13D and OCT 14D.
NEWS
August 12, 1989
After laboratory tests found salmonella bacteria, state Health Director Kenneth W. Kizer on Friday ordered that about 24,000 gallons of Steuve's Natural raw certified milk be removed from sale. Steuve's Natural whole and nonfat milk coded AUG 15E, AUG 16E, AUG 17E and AUG 18E, state health officials said, should not be consumed because of the potential salmonella threat.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 2, 1988
State health officials have issued a recall for Stueve's Natural Raw Certified Milk because of the presence of salmonella, a harmful bacteria. The order applies to those brands of Stueve's Natural containing the code date DEC 6E, according to the Department of Food and Agriculture. The products affected by the action are the City of Industry firm's whole and nonfat raw milk and the company's raw cream.
NEWS
August 12, 1987 | DANIEL P. PUZO, Times Staff Writer
Federal health officials have announced a ban on interstate shipments of certified raw milk, effective Sept. 10, as a means of "controlling communicable diseases," namely infections caused by salmonella bacteria. The ban marks one of the few times that an entire food category has undergone such a restriction, which is normally reserved for harmful additives or adulterants, said Kennon M. Smith, regulatory officer for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Center for Food Safety in Washington.
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