Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture cautions consumers to discard milk and ice cream mix from Franklin County creamery

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HARRISBURG, Pa.–  Consumers who purchased milk or ice cream mix with the brand names and sell by or manufacturing dates listed below from Trickling Springs Creamery, 2330 Molly Pitcher Highway, Chambersburg, Franklin County, should discard the products immediately due to a technical malfunction in the pasteurization recording process.

  • Trickling Springs organic nonfat milk: one gallon plastic containers with the sell-by date of April 8, 2016
  • FarmFriend whole chocolate milk: half-gallon glass bottles with the sell-by date of April 9, 2016
  • FarmFriend whole chocolate milk: quart plastic bottles with the sell-by date of April 9, 2016
  • FarmFriend whole chocolate milk: pint plastic bottles with the sell-by date of April 9, 2016
  • Moo Thru whole creamline milk: half-gallon glass bottles with the sell-by date of April 9, 2016
  • 11% ice cream mix: one gallon plastic bottles with the manufacturing date of March 23, 2016.
  • 16% ice cream mix: one gallon plastic bottles with the manufacturing date of March 24, 2016

Trickling Springs Creamery management notified the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture that the creamery’s pasteurizer recorder chart did not contain the required information for proof of pasteurization on March 23 and 24. Trickling Springs Creamery has been making efforts to recall all the products produced during the affected time frame.

The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture today said that no other products manufactured by Trickling Springs Creamery are affected.

For more information about the department, visit www.agriculture.pa.gov.