CAMDEN, Mich. – A Michigan company is voluntarily recalling over 14,000 pounds of cheese because its supplier notified them of the possibility of contamination.
Kuster’s, Inc. of Camden, Michigan issued the recall Wednesday. They say they were notified by Farm Country Cheese in Lakeview that the cheese may have been contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.
The shredded cheese was sold in 5 pound plastic bags under the Kuster’s Dairy Foods, Fata’s Best and Nor-Tech Dairy labels.Shredded cheese was packaged under the following labels:
Kuster’s Dairy Foods Three Blend (pack date 10/05/16)
Fata’s Best Four Blend Feather Shred (lot date 27916)
Fata’s Best Mozzarella Muenster Provolone Feather Shred (lot date 27916)
Fata’s Best Monterey Jack Feather Shred (lot date 27916)
Fata’s Best PepperJack Feather Shred (Lot date 27816)
Nor-Tech Dairy Mozz/Muenster/Prov Feather Shred (best used by: 12-05-2016)
Nor-Tech Dairy Sharp White Cheddar Feather Shred (packed on 10.04.2016)
The cubed cheese was packaged under the following label:
Nor-Tech Dairy PepperJack 3/4″ Cubed (packed on 10/04/2016).
The sliced cheese was packaged under the following label:
Kuster’s Dairy Foods Sliced Colby Jack
No illnesses have been reported.
Consumers who have purchased any of these products are urged not to consume the product and to return it to Kuster’s, Inc. for a full refund. Customers with questions may contact the company at 517-368-5174 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. EST.