The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture is warning consumers to immediately discard any raw milk they bought from Apple Valley Creamery in East Berlin, PA. Campylobacter contamination was found in a sample of the milk collected on Jan. 28, reports Fox43. Apple Valley Creamery sells directly to customers and through retailers in Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin and Perry counties. The packaged raw milk is sold under the Apple Valley Creamery label in half-gallon and quart glass containers with the sell-by dates of Feb. 9 and 11. The dairy has been ordered to stop selling its raw milk until further notice, but the state’s notice to consumers does not apply to the producer’s pasteurized milk. The Pennsylvania Health Department is not aware of any campylobacteriosis cases connected to the raw milk.