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Crave Brothers Farmstead Cheese Listeria Outbreak

Crave Brothers Farmstead Cheese recalled 3 cheeses for potential Listeria contamination after an outbreak was traced to the company's cheese products. The cheeses were sold at Kroger and Whole Foods stories, as well as other retail outlets and through direct mail.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, at least 6 people from 5 states fell ill with listeriosis after eating Crave Brothers cheeses. One person died and one woman suffered a miscarriage.

Craves Brothers recalled the following cheese products for potential Listeria contamination:

Les Frères (LF225 2/2.5#) with a make date of 7-1-13 or prior, packaged in white plastic with a green and gold label.

Petit Frère (PF88 8/8 oz) with a make date of 7-1-13 or prior, packaged in small round wooden boxes.

Petit Frère with Truffles (PF88T 8/8 oz) with a make date of 7-1-13 or prior, packaged in small round wooden boxes.

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