Food safety hazards associated with consumption of raw milk.

@article{Oliver2009FoodSH,
  title={Food safety hazards associated with consumption of raw milk.},
  author={Stephen Oliver and Kathryn J. Boor and Steven C Murphy and Shelton E Murinda},
  journal={Foodborne pathogens and disease},
  year={2009},
  volume={6 7},
  pages={
          793-806
        }
}
An increasing number of people are consuming raw unpasteurized milk. Enhanced nutritional qualities, taste, and health benefits have all been advocated as reasons for increased interest in raw milk consumption. However, science-based data to substantiate these claims are limited. People continue to consume raw milk even though numerous epidemiological studies have shown clearly that raw milk can be contaminated by a variety of pathogens, some of which are associated with human illness and… Expand
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