3 people ill with Campylobacter jejuni from raw milk in Minn.

06/26/2013 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

Six people are ill after drinking unpasteurized milk from a Minnesota dairy, and three of them had Campylobacter jejuni, a bacterial infection that causes potentially severe gastrointestinal symptoms. Although raw milk sales on Minnesota farms are legal, officials note that doesn't mean the milk is safe. "People need to think carefully about those risks before consuming raw dairy products from any source, and people need to know that the risks are especially high for young children," said epidemiologist Trisha Robinson.

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