HARRISBURG, Pa. — Five cases of campylobacter have been linked to raw milk from a Pennsylvania farm, according to the state departments of health and agriculture.
Consumers are advised to throw away raw milk from The Family Cow farm, which sells directly to customers and at retail stores in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and central Pennsylvania.
Officials ordered The Family Cow to cease selling raw milk until further notice.
Raw milk from that farm was linked to another large outbreak of campylobacter in February 2012.
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