It's a common site to see refrigerated trucks driving along our Pennsylvania highways. Yet there's a possibility that not all such trucks transporting food items contain adequate refrigeration.
Product recalls are not always effective in getting the product off of the market, or even making the public aware of the dangers that certain products present. There were 2,363 recalls in 2011, which is a significant increase from prior years. Unfortunately, the fact that a product is being recalled does not always alert consumers that they may possess a defective product.
A bacterial infection known as Campylobacteriosis associated with drinking of milk has shown up among Pennsylvania residents as there have been six separate cases of such an infection confirmed. This type of malady is often the result of consumption of a defective product such as unpasteurized milk or contaminated water.