MADISON, Wis., Nov. 27 (UPI) -- Blue Marble Family Farm milk, distributed primarily in Wisconsin, should be discarded because it may not have been fully pasteurized, state officials said.
Lab tests this week confirmed the presence of an active enzyme that should have been destroyed during pasteurization, the state Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection said.
No illnesses have been reported from the milk, The Wisconsin State Journal reported Friday.
The suspect products include Blue Marble Family Farm whole, skim and chocolate milk, heavy cream, half and half, buttermilk and eggnog. The products had "sell-by dates of Nov. 27, primarily were distributed in southern Wisconsin and had the dairy plant number 55131 on the label.
The products were produced and processed at the farm's Barnveld bottling plant.