NORTHVILLE, Mich. (AP/WOOD) — A Michigan dairy company is voluntarily recalling some of its products after he failure of equipment used to verify proper pasteurization during processing.
The state Department of Agriculture and Rural Development announced Thursday that Northville-based Guernsey Farms Dairy’s recall includes five products produced at different times.
The state says they were primarily distributed in southeastern Michigan. However, Guernsey Farms Dairy products are also sold at two Jam N’ Bean locations in Kent County, according to a map on the company’s website. It’s unclear if any of the recalled products were served by Jam N’ Bean.
No illnesses have been reported.
The recalled products include:
- Gallon size containers of skim milk with the code date of Oct. 20
- Quart and half-gallon size containers of egg nog with the code date of Oct. 21
- Half-gallon size containers of half-percent milk, half-gallon size, with code date Oct. 11
- Butter pecan ice cream, 48-ounce, with product code 27116
- French vanilla ice cream, 48-ounce, with product code 27016
Consumers should dispose of the recalled products or return them to the place of purchase for replacement.