As it stated in Vulto Creamery announced a recall of its Ouleout, Miranda, Heinennellie and Willowemoc soft wash-rind raw milk cheeses on Tuesday.
Consumers should not eat the recalled soft raw milk cheeses.
Story highlights Six hospitalizations, two deaths have been reported in four states since September 1Vulto recalled Ouleout, Miranda, Heinennellie and Willowemoc soft wash-rind raw milk cheeses(CNN) The Food and Drug Administration is investigating a multistate outbreak of listeriosis linked to soft raw milk cheese made by Vulto Creamery.
The FDA, working with the CDC and public health officials in several states, found laboratory evidence indicating that the outbreak probably began at Vulto Creamery of Walton, New York.
Two deaths and six hospitalizations have been reported since September 1 in Connecticut, Florida, New York and Vermont.
Raw milk cheese linked to two listeria deaths in US
Officials say it was probably caused by a soft raw milk cheese called Ouleout from Vulto Creamery in New York state.
Image copyright Science Photo Library Image caption Listeria bacteriaSome consumers say raw milk has more flavour and makes better cheese.
Raw milk is milk from cows, goats, sheep or other animals that has not been pasteurised – the process of heating the milk to a specific temperature for a specific period of time to kill bacteria.
Vulto describes the Ouleout cheese as a “semi-soft washed rind cheese” made from unpasteurised milk that tastes “pungent and meaty”.
The company says it makes small batches of handmade cheese using raw milk from local dairy farmers.
according to Federal officials say the Listeria monocytogenes bacterium linked to the outbreak likely originated from a soft raw milk cheese named Ouleout made by Vulto Creamery in Walton, New York.
Officials say Vulto’s cheeses were sold at a Whole Foods in Fairfield, Connecticut, and potentially at specialty cheese shops around the state.
Vulto the cheese, along with its Miranda, Heinennellie and Willowemoc soft wash-rind milk cheeses, CBS New York reports.
HARTFORD, Conn. — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control are investigating a multi-state listeria outbreak linked to a recalled cheese that has sickened several people and killed two in Connecticut and Vermont.
Whole Foods is recalling the cheeses sold at nine stores in four states, CBS New York reports.
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