April 19, 2024

Flying Cow Creamery Yogurt Recalled for Improper Pasteurization

Flying Cow Creamery of Rochester, Washington is recalling one lot of its whole milk yogurt for improper pasteurization. Inspection by the Washington State Department of Agriculture found that time and temperature recordings were not made while that lot was being pasteurized. There is no record of proper pasteurization of the product.

Recall>The recalled product is Flying Cow Creamery Whole Milk Yogurt in 32 ounce glass jars with a white lid. The batch number is 70. The best before date is 12/3. The yogurt was sold in Rochester, Olympia, Seattle, Chehalis, Federal Way, and Tacoma in Washington state.

No illnesses have been reported in connection with the consumption of this product. If you purchased this product, do not eat it. Discard or return it to the place of purchase for a refund.


  1. Neville McNaughton says

    How did this happen? Who discovered the discrepency? This should be an impossible situation?

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