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funny how they will label pasteurization but if people want gmos labeled etc its considered insane but i think the problem they had in op's article is that it was mostlikely raw milk and thus not pasteurized no clue on the chickens
Taking a few moments to make sure milk is pasteurized - or that a product isn't made from raw milk - can protect you or your loved ones from serious illness. Read the label. Safe milk will have the word "pasteurized" on the label. If the word "pasteurized" does not appear on a product's label, it may contain raw milk. Don't hesitate to ask your grocer or store clerk whether milk or cream has been pasteurized, especially milk or milk products sold in refrigerated cases at grocery or health food stores. Don't buy milk or milk products at farm stands or farmers' markets unless you can confirm that it has been pasteurized.