recall! Dairy products in Costco, Trader Joe's, and Wholefoods supermarkets are suspected of being contaminated with listeria!

Recently, many dairy products sold by supermarket chains across the United States have been recalled due to listeria contamination. Check to see if you can buy one!

Dairy products recalled

This week, a California food company called Rizo-López suspended operations because some of its food was suspected to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.Announced the recall of more than ten kinds of dairy products. These include the very popular Queso Fresco and Cotija cheeses.

The company said in a press release,The recalled products, including cheese, cream, yogurt and sour cream, are distributed across the country and sold through Whole Foods, Don Francisco and Tio Francisco, among others.

After investigation, the FDA currently stated that it has expanded the scope of the recall.More than 40 dairy products across the United States have been recalled.

There are also a wide range of supermarket channels for sale.Including well-known supermarkets in the United States such as Albertson's, Costco and Trader Joe's.

These includeAmazon Kitchen labels products such as enchiladas, bean dips, salsas and dressings; Costco sells black bean dips and other products; and Trader Joe's sells enchiladas, dressings and salads.

What is Listeria?

Listeria infections are commonly spread through food, and the bacteria can survive refrigerated and frozen temperatures and can multiply at low temperatures.Contaminated foods include inadequately heated meat products, cheese, raw seafood and chopped raw vegetables.

Listeria infection has the potential to cause serious health hazards, especially to the elderly, pregnant women, people with compromised immune systems, and newborns.

Symptoms of infection includeFever, muscle pain, headache, nausea and diarrhea, etc. In some cases, the infection can lead to sepsis, meningitis, and other serious illnesses that can even be fatal.

One of the best ways to prevent Listeria infection is to avoid eating potentially contaminated foods.And ensure that food is fully heated and properly refrigerated during processing and preservation.

What foods are being recalled?

These products are available at Costco, HEB in California, Connecticut, Florida, Indiana, Maryland, Montana, New Jersey, Nevada, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Texas, Virginia and Washington. , Trader Joe's, Albertson's and other stores.

Products include:

– Don Pancho Chicken Street Taco Express Meal Kit (22 ounces), best by dates of Feb. 12-March 17, 2024.

– Don Pancho Cilantro Lime Crema Twin Pack 2 pk (32 oz), best by dates of March 21-April 4, 2024.

– HEB Cilantro Cotija Dressing (12 oz.), best by dates of Jan. 13-March 30, 2024.

– HEB Poblano Caesar dressing (12 oz.) best by dates of Jan. 14-March 31, 2024.

Trader Joe's in Monrovia, Calif., is also recalling all batches of products sold nationwide containing Cotija cheese supplied by Rizo-López Foods.

These include:

– Trader Joe's Chicken Enchiladas Verde (17.6 ounces), no dates

– Trader Joe's Cilantro Dressing (12 oz.), best by dates of Feb. 19-May 14, 2024.

– Don Pancho Everything Sauce Fiesta 3-Pack (of 12-oz bottles), best by dates of March 11-26, 2024.

– Trader Joe’s Elote Chopped Salad Kit

– Trader Joe’s Southwest Salad

If you have been out shopping recently, you must pay attention to the recall information announced by the FDA in a timely manner and compare the food at home. If any food is being recalled, be sure not to eat it~

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