The Pima County Health Department said Wednesday that it had received confirmation of salmonella contamination in nonpasteurized, raw milk produced by Colorado City’s Meadowayne Dairy.

The milk was sold at several natural- and health-food stores in the Tucson area. Patti Woodcock, a spokeswoman for the Health Department, said no cases of salmonella poisoning related to the milk have been reported to the department. Health officials are asking that anyone who purchased the raw milk with an expiration date of Dec. 12 not to drink it.