CDC warns consumers over drug-resistant bacteria detected in raw milk

February 13, 2019 06:03 PM

NEW YORK (WHEC) -- Raw milk being shipped to New York could contain a drug-resistant bacteria.

According to the CDC, Brucella was detected in unpasteurized milk from Miller's Biodiversity Farm in Pennsylvania.


A similar alert was issued back in December. 

Now, there are more concerns.

Brucella is a drug-resistant bacteria that could lead to severe problems, like meningitis.

Symptoms include fever, sweats, and muscle and joint pain.

If you have raw milk from Miller's Biodiversity Farm, you're urged to throw it out.

For more information from the CDC over the raw milk warning, click here.


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