Torres Hillsdale Country Cheese LLC, based in Reading, Mich., is recalling various types of its soft Mexican-style cheeses due to potential listeria contamination. A sample tested by the Food and Drug Administration in late May was discovered to be contaminated. No illnesses have been reported to date, according to the company.
The recalled items were sold under the name "Aguas Calientes" as follows:
-Queso Asadero, 12 oz and 10 lb ball
-Queso Oaxaca, 10 lb ball
-Queso Fresco, 1 lb and 8 oz.
-Queso Requeson, 1 gallon pail and 3 gallon pail
-Morral Adobera, 3 lb packages
The products were distributed to retails stores and delis in the following states: Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Ohio and Wisconsin.
Consumers and retailers are urged to return all unused recalled product to the company. The packaging may also include a label with the name "." The recall encompasses all expiration dates.
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