Screen Shot 2015-06-05 at 4.50.56 PMOrange County has confirmed three cases of campylobacteriosis infection associated with consumption of raw goat milk distributed by Claravale Farm of San Benito County, California.  All three patients are young children less than 5 years of age.  One patient was hospitalized, and all of them are expected to recover.

The raw goat milk was distributed

claravale-farm-raw-milkPlaintiff is Santa Cruz resident who was hospitalized and continues to suffer impairing side effects

A lawsuit has been filed on behalf of Santa Cruz resident John Surbridge who became ill with Campylobacter jejuni after drinking tainted raw milk products from Claravale Farm Company. The defendant, Claravale Farm Company, is based in San Benito County

01 Claravale Farm MilkCalifornia Department of Public Health (CDPH) Director and State Health Officer Dr. Karen Smith today warned consumers that the consumption of unpasteurized (raw) dairy products may cause serious illness. Six Northern California residents have recently been diagnosed with campylobacteriosis, a bacterial infection that can come from consuming contaminated raw milk.

A recent investigation conducted by

The Everett Herald reports this morning that some batches of raw milk from the Old Silvana Creamery are being recalled out of concern they may be contaminated with Campylobacter, bacteria that can cause vomiting and diarrhea.

The recall affects raw milk from the farm with expiration dates of Jan. 23 and Jan. 24, according to

Thirty-eight outbreak associated cases were detected during this investigation of an outbreak of Campylobacter jejuni infections among football team affiliated individuals in Durand, Wisconsin. Analysis of data pertaining to foods consumed during the team dinner demonstrates that consuming milk during the team dinner was associated with illness. Thirty- eight (100%) ill individuals reported consuming milk

Rick Barrett, of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports today that Wisconsin State officials finally released the names of two dairy farms that were the sources of raw milk served at school events linked to dozens of illnesses.  The information, which stemmed from state investigations of the raw milk illness outbreaks, was provided following a public

At least 80 people fell ill this summer with Campylobacter infections linked to the consumption of unpasteurized milk from a farm in Utah, according to Utah health officials speaking with state lawmakers on Wednesday.

Health officials said that the outbreak also contributed to the death of one immunocompromised man. Twenty percent of cases were hospitalized.