Spoiled milk pulled from Prince William County school lunches

WASHINGTON (AP) - School cafeterias in Prince William County are not selling milk this week after workers reported some spoiled containers.

The Washington Post reports a letter sent home to families Monday said school officials notified Newport News-based Marva Maid Dairy about the spoiled half-pint containers of milk on May 23.

Henrico County also apparently received milk that was spoiled from the same supplier.

A spokeswoman for the dairy says it is working with the state health department to determine "if there is a reason to explain the spoilage." She said the company issued a voluntary recall for any half-pint containers that have a printed expiration date between May 30 and June 2.

Students in Prince William County will get juice instead of milk this week as a result.