the Researchers from the Norwegian environmental and life sciences university and the Norwegian institute of public health has analyzed the mjölkprover during a period of four years, writes NRK. They found TBEV in milk from three of five farms.
opened in order to let the farms themselves sell unpasteurized dairy products – but it is too risky, believe the researchers behind the study.
" We do not yet know how sick we can get rid of unpasteurized milk with the TBE-virus. But we should limit the risk, " says Åshild K Andreassen.
in various european countries, people have been drinking raw milk with the TBE-virus illness. In some cases it has led to death.