According to the San Francisco Chronicle, due to possible contamination including the dangerous bacteria ListeriacostcoAndtrader Joe’sSeveral large national retailers, including the US Food and Drug Administration, have issued recalls on a variety of dairy products and other products.
The Federal Food and Drug Administration said the latest outbreakpandemicThe outbreak, linked to cheese and other dairy products distributed by Rizzo-Lopez Food Co. in downtown Modesto, has killed at least two people.
The company has voluntarily recalled about 60 products, while Trader Joe’s and Costco have also issued separate recalls of products that may contain listeria, the bacteria that causes listeriosis.
According to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there are 26 documented cases and 23 hospitalizations in this nationwide outbreak; The outbreak has resulted in two deaths, one in California and one in Texas.
The recall covers a range of products, including cheese, sour cream and yogurt, from brands including Tio Francisco, Don Francisco, Rizzo Brothers, Rio Grande, Food City, El Huache, La Ordena, San Carlos, Campesino, Santa Maria, Dos Are sold under. Ranchitos, Casa Cardenas and 365 Whole Foods Market.
The specific products recalled by Costco include (but are not limited to) Chicken Street Taco Kit, Rojo’s 6 Layer Dip, Don Pancho Cilantro Lime Crema, Don Pancho Crema Trio Pack, and Southwest Chicken Wrap with Sauce. Trader Joe’s recall list includes products such as Chicken Enchiladas Verde, Cilantro Salad Dressing, Elote Chopped Salad Kit and Southwest Salad, which contain dairy ingredients supplied by Rizzo-Lopez Foods.
Both retailers advise customers who purchased the products not to eat them and throw them away or return them for a full refund.
Consumers can contact Rizzo-Lopez Foods directly at 1-833-296-2233 and view a full list of recalled products on the FDA website.
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