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Recall -- Firm Press Release

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Spring House Creamery Recalls Creamline Chocolate Milk

William “Bill” Marshall
810 679-4910

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE -- Croswell, MI -- October 21, 2004 -- Spring House Creamery announced today that their customers should return any Creamline Chocolate Cow milk carrying a “sell-by” date of 10/20. This product comes in quart and ½-gallon sized plastic containers. Please return this product to the store where it was purchased for a full refund. It should not be consumed.

The milk recalled 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.

This particularly dated product was labeled as pasteurized although the added cocoa and sugar did not go through the pasteurization process.

For more information contact William “Bill” Marshall, Spring House Creamery at 810-679-4910.


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