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Sixty-five cheese products involved in nationwide recall

11/08/2000-Schreiber Foods, Inc. issued a voluntary Class I recall of certain Colby Jack and Mexican Blend cheese products after receiving notification that a supplier's cheese may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. The recalled cheese involved 65 cheese products distributed nationally under 22 different brand names. At the retail level, the affected Colby Jack and Mexican Blend cheese is packaged in chunk, cube, longhorn, loaf, and shredded styles for several supermarket chains and carries expiration dates that range between November 14, 2000 and June 20, 2001 on the package. It is important to note that each brand has a specific range of expiration dates associated with this voluntary recall. Only Colby Jack and Mexican Blend cheese products with the expiration dates noted on the attached list are covered in the precautionary recall. No other Schreiber Foods products are affected. See the Schreiber website for a complete list of affected cheese brands.





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