SACRAMENTO (AP) — California authorities say a company responding to an outbreak of a strain of E. coli in a brand of cheese has expanded its recall to other cheeses.
California Department of Food and Agriculture officials said Tuesday that Traver-based Bravo Farms is widening its recall to include all of the company’s retail cheeses.READ MORE: Young Boy Dead, 2 Others Wounded In Wilmington Shooting
Bravo had previously recalled its Dutch Style Gouda after nearly 40 people in five states reportedly became sick after eating the cheese sold at stores last month.READ MORE: Ducks Fall Short Against Capitals In 4-3 Shootout Loss
The company says federal and state food and agricultural officials detected E. coli and Listeria following a recent investigation at the plant.
Bravo Farms is encouraging customers to either throw away the cheese or seek full refunds.MORE NEWS: New Recall Efforts Launched Against LA County District Attorney George Gascón
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