The Food Safety Authority has issued a recall notice for all dairy products from Dunlavin Diary.
The FSAI said the recall has been issued as the products may have been produced in an "unapproved establishment".
The notice states that the recall applies to "all Dunlavin Dairy products including those bearing approval number IE 1989 EC or raw milk registration number RM02 as the establishment is no longer approved".
Retailers have been requested to remove the products and display a point of sale recall notice in stores.
Caterers are being advised not to use the implicated products. Consumers are also advised not to use the products.
There is no distribution list available for the products, according to the Food Safety Authority of Ireland.
A spokesperson for the company has told RTÉ News that it never failed a milk quality test carried out by the Department of Agriculture during the four-year period it was operating an approved facility.
The spokesperson said the development was as a result of a dispute with authorities responsible for regulating and overseeing the processing plant.
Dunlavin Diary sells both pasteurised and non-pasteurised milks.
It sells a range of raw milk, which is non-pastured, non-homogenised and according to its social media is "straight from the cow".