About 1,400 pounds of cheese that was distributed in New York has been recalled due to a risk of food poisoning infections with Listeria.
The Massachusetts-based cheese company Cricket Creek Farm has expanded a recall for cheese that may be contaminated with Listeria.
Two types of cheese from Cricket Creek Farm were recalled after a person was hospitalized due to a severe infection with Listeria.
A variety of cheese products were recalled by Paris Brothers Inc., of Kansas City, Missouri, after a routine test was positive for Listeria.
Whole Foods and Cahill's Farm Cheese recalled a variety of specialty cheddar cheeses due to possible Listeria contamination.
El Abuelito recalled 17 fresh, soft cheeses ("queso fresco") under multiple brand-names after an outbreak of Listeria illnesses.
Limeño LLC recalled "Salvadorean String Cheese" (Quesillo Cheese) for pupusas after it tested positive for Listeria contamination.
Whole Foods Market stores in 7 states recalled Dorset cheese due to a risk of contamination with Listeria bacteria.
Whole Foods recalled French Triple Crème cheese that may be contaminated with Listeria.
Health officials in Rhode Island are urging all women — especially pregnant women — to avoid eating raw milk cheese after 2 cases of infections with Listeria.