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Spring House Creamery Recalls Creamline Goat and Creamline Cow Milk
William “Bill” Marshall
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE -- Croswell, MI -- September 2, 2004 -- Spring House Creamery announced today that their customers should return any Spring House Creamery Creamline Goat Milk carrying “sell-by” dates of 9/13, 9/15 and 9/17, and Creamline Cow Milk carrying a “sell-by” date of 9/6. Please return recalled products to the store of purchase for a full refund. Recalled products should not be consumed.
The recalled milk was distributed to parts of the Bay/Thumb and mid Michigan areas as well as throughout Southeast Michigan.
Spring House Creamery apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause, and assures their customers that this is a voluntary recall and no illnesses have been reported.
These particularly dated products were not adequately processed to ensure pasteurization and may present a health risk. These products do not meet the highest safety standards set and consistently honored by the Croswell-based dairy processor.
For more information contact William “Bill” Marshall, Spring House Creamery at 810-679-4910.