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NY Company Recalls Cheese Distributed in Five States

The New York company Quesos La Ricura Ltd. is recalling an cheeses in five states because they may be contaminated with Shiga toxin producing E. coli bacteria, according to reports.

Quesos La Ricura Ltd. was distributed to retail stores in New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Georgia and Florida.

The cheese under recall bears the UPC: 7 69087 00933 6 and a weight of 12 oz. “Sell By” date May 20, 2020-3/ May 20, 2020-4.

No illnesses have been reported or confirmed connected to this recall as of the posting of the recall notice.

Consumers who have purchased Quesos La Ricura Cotija Cheese are urged to can return the product to place of purchase for a refund. Consumers can contact the company at 516-932-5756 with questions.

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