A Washington state creamery has issued a voluntary recall of one lot of its whole milk yogurt because of faulty data recording during pasteurization. Flying Cow Creamery of Rochester, WA, recalled the lot of its whole milk yogurt after a routine inspection by the Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA) revealed that proper time and temperature recordings were not taken during pasteurization of the lot. “The process of making yogurt at Flying Cow Creamery takes the milk beyond the required pasteurization time,” stated the firm in a press release. “However, during the production of Batch 70, the time and temperature recorder malfunctioned, leaving no record that the yogurt was properly pasteurized.” The firm has contacted all of the establishments that bought the product to notify them of the recall. Affected products are marketed with a best-before date of 12/3. The batch number (70) and best-before date are located on the top of the container, which is a 32-oz. glass jar with a white lid. The yogurt was sold to retail locations in Rochester, Olympia, Seattle, Chehalis, Federal Way and Tacoma. Improper pasteurization leaves a risk that dangerous bacteria such as Listeria or Campylobacter will survive in a dairy product. No illnesses have been connected to consumption of the recalled product.