(WFLA) – Sargento Foods is expanding the recall of its cheeses.
Sargento announced on February 10th a recall of seven products due to a possible listeria contamination. Then, on Friday, the company expanded that recall to include seven additional kinds of cheese: sliced colby, sliced muenster, slices pepper jack, sliced tomato and basil jack, shredded reduced fat colby-jack, shredded four cheese pizzeria, and shredded double cheddar.
Officials say the potential listeria contamination originated from the supplier’s facility and they have terminated their relationship with that supplier – Deutsch Kase Haus. Officials say no confirmed illnesses have been reported so far.
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