The New Jersey Department of Health’s Public Health and Food Protection Program is requesting all local health departments to check each public school’s cafeterias for the presence of Guida’s brand milk, of any type, size, and code date, and issue an embargo or otherwise prohibit the distribution of the milk. At least 25 children have been hospitalized due to the presence of peroxyacetic sanitizer in Guida’s 1% Lowfat Milk, code dated 09-183 Apr 11 B2. Other code dates of Guida’s milk may be affected as well.
A photo of the container of milk is attached.
Please notify Alan Talarsky, Dairy, Juice, Bottled Water, and Recalls Project at email@example.com with the locations and quantities found and embargoed, thank you.
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