The California Department of Public Health has published a list of retailers who purchased raw milk that was recalled last week for potential Campylobacter contamination. CDPH named 149 retailers across California who received Organic Pastures’ raw milk, raw skim milk and raw cream, which were recalled Thursday after routine testing by the department revealed the presence of Campylobacter in the farm’s products. A full list of the retailers who received the recalled products is available here. Mark McAfee, co-owner of Organic Pastures, called CDPH’s measures to remove the raw milks from the shelves as “not much of a recall” since most of it is no longer on store shelves. “There’s no milk on the shelves to recall,” McAfee told Food Safety News last week. However, the retail list names more retailers than the handful in the L.A. area that McAfee said had received the recalled products. For more information about this recall and past outbreaks and recalls linked to Organic Pastures, see Organic Pastures Faces Another Recall, Quarantine.