NORTHVILLE (WWJ/AP) – It’s time to check your fridge!

A Michigan dairy is conducting a voluntary recall of some of its products that may not have been properly pasteurized due to an equipment failure.

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The recall from Northville-based Guernsey Farms Dairy’s includes five products that were produced at different times and primarily distributed in southeastern Michigan, according to the state Department of Agriculture and Rural Development.

No illnesses have been reported.

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Recalled products include:

• Guernsey Farms Dairy skim milk, gallon size, with a code date of October 20, 2016;
• Guernsey Farms Dairy egg nog, quarts and half-gallons, with a code date of October 21, 2016;
• Guernsey Farms Dairy ½ percent milk, half-gallon size, with a code date of October 11, 2016;
• Guernsey Farms Dairy Butter Pecan ice cream, 48-ounce size, with a product code of 27116; and
• Guernsey Farms Dairy French Vanilla ice cream, 48-ounce size, with a product code of 27016

Consumers should dispose of the recalled products or return them to the place of purchase for replacement. For more information, contact Guernsey Farms Dairy at 248-349-1466.

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