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UPDATE: Sargento Cheese Recall

Check your refrigerator for these popular cheese products.

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Sargento Cheese, a Wisconsin-based manufacturer, has issued a recall for several of their cheese products due to a possible listeria contamination. Listeria is a food-borne bacteria particularly dangerous to pregnant women and older populations. According to the Centers For Disease Control, symptoms of listeria include muscle weakness and fever/flu-like symptoms, and gastrointestinal issues such as diarrhea.

Seven more cheeses have been added to the recall:

The previous cheeses included in this recall are:

While there are no confirmed reports of people becoming sick as of yet, Sargento has issued this recall out of concern for possible contamination. Check your refrigerator for the following products, and if you aren’t sure, go to Sargento’s website (link below) to check bar codes or send an email inquiry.

Information from our original post is included below:

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Recalled products are:

Sargento has also issued a recall on these products that were packaged on the same line as the recalled products:

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This has also prompted Taylor Farms, user of Sargento cheeses for their salad products, to issue a recall on three salad products.

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According to Food Saftey News the three recalled products are:

Call Sargento at 1-800-CHEESES (1-800-243-3737) or go to their website, Sargento.com, and click on “Contact Us” to email the company.

Call or email Taylor Farms for information on their affected products.