Consumers who drank milk from Stump Acres Dairy in Pennslyvania have been urged by the State Health Secretary to contact their physician for possible salmonella poisoning. Full story

State Health Secretary Dr. Calvin B. Johnson today advised consumers who purchased raw milk from Stump Acres Dairy of New Salem, York County, after March 19 to consider not consuming the raw milk due to possible health concerns.

A consumer who drank raw milk purchased from the dairy after March 19 experienced gastrointestinal illness. As a result, Stump Acres Dairy voluntarily stopped raw milk sales on March 27 as a precautionary measure.

In February, raw milk purchased at Stump Acres Dairy was linked to eight cases of infection with Salmonella Typhimurium and sales were suspended on March 2. On March 19, the dairy resumed raw milk sales following testing, cleaning and additional inspection.