E. Coli Tainted Cheese Isn't Only Sold At Costco

A couple weeks back we told you about some Gouda cheese sold at Costco that had been recalled after being linked to an outbreak of E. Coli. And then last week, it was the same thing, just with gorgonzola. Now the company that produced the Gouda cheese has recalled all of their cheeses, regardless of where they were sold.

Bravo, which makes Pepper Jack, Tulare Cannonball, and several different styles and flavors of Cheddar cheese, in addition to the Gouda, says in a statement:

Through cooperation with the FDA and CDFA we have begun thorough testing of the plant due to the E. Coli contamination that was found in the Gouda. Listeria monocytogenes and E.Coli O157:H7 bacteria were detected by CDFA during the investigation. To date, no illnesses associated with Listeria in Bravo Farm cheese have been reported. Consumers should discard the cheese or return it to the place of purchase.

Any questions can be directed to us at Bravo Farms 559-897-4634.

Bravo Farms Cheese Recall [FDA]

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