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Of 67 samples of farm cheese, 89.5% yielded Escherichia coli and 77.6% Staphylococcus aureus. The geometric mean counts of the organisms were 5.68 × 102E. coli/g and 5.26 × 103S. aureus/g. The cheese was considered a public health hazard.

Schoebitz, R.; Montes, L.; Castro, R.
Revista de Microbiologia, 1986, 17, 3, pp 248-253