This is another example of why people are becoming more concerned about where there food is coming from and how it was produced. For the 2nd time in three months, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued a warning about drinking raw milk from a company called Udder Milk.

As if tainted milk wasn't bad enough, the CDC says Udder Milk hasn't provided them with the list of farms where they get the milk. So they haven't been able to trace it back to the source. The milk has been contaminated with a germ, Brucella abortus RB51. While it can make anyone ill, it's a real concern for pregnant women.

The CDC adds that until they can get more details from the company and run tests, anyone who has consumed Udder Milk in the past 6 months should see their doctor about getting antibiotics, and pregnant women should do it as soon as possible.

Udder Milk is distributed in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Rhode Island. More details are available at the CDC's website.

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