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Listeria outbreak linked to brie cheese sold under Lidl, Trader Joe’s brands

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BREAKING: Listeria outbreak responsible for six cases and five hospitalizations linked to brie cheese sold under Lidl and Trader Joe’s brand, CDC reveals

  • A firm that supplies brie cheese to 25 brands is issuing a recall for listeria  

Brie cheese sold under the brand of popular grocery chains Lidl and Trader Joe’s has been linked to an outbreak of listeria, the CDC reveals.

The outbreak has affected six people across California, Georgia, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey and Texas. Five people have been hospitalized. No deaths tied to the outbreak have been reported.

Old Europe Cheese, Inc, based in Benton Harbor, Michigan is issuing a recall of its products after contamination from the bacteria. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that the firm supplies cheese to 25 brands.

The brands are sold in many US grocery stores, including Giant, Whole Foods, Lidl and Trader Joe’s.

The affected lots have best-by dates from between September 28 to December 14, 2022.


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