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HUNTER FARMS DISCOVERS PRESENCE OF OFF ODOR IN SOME MILK PRODUCED DURING THE WEEK ENDING MARCH 26

 CHARLOTTE, N.C., March 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Hunter Farms announced today that it has discovered the presence of a slight off odor in some milk produced during the week ending March 26. This milk poses no health hazard. It carries the labels: Hunter Farms, Highland Crest and HT (Harris Teeter brand). ALL MILK IN QUESTION HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM RETAIL OUTLETS.
 Hunter Farms and Harris Teeter request that if customers detect any off odor in Hunter Farms, Highland Crest or HT brand milk, they should return the milk to its place of purchase for replacement or refund.
 -0- 3/29/93
 /CONTACT: Ed Cook of Harris-Teeter, 704-845-3251/


CO: Harris-Teeter ST: North Carolina IN: FOD SU:

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