Central Valley School District pulls potentially contaminated milk cartons
SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. — Central Valley School District has pulled all Darigold chocolate milk pints with a date of February 6.
The district made the decision to pull the pints after Spokane School District discovered chocolate milk cartons that contained a clear solution in it Tuesday. According to Central Valley School District, they use the same milk supplier that Spokane School District uses, which is Darigold.
According to a release from the district, Darigold said the liquid was a mixture of trace amounts of food grade sanitizer and water. Darigold did a voluntary recall Tuesday night on all chocolate milk that has a date of February 6. The recall only applies to pint chocolate milk that has a date of February 6 from their Spokane plant.
“Student safety is always our top priority and we operate with an overabundance of caution,” the district said in the release.
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