3 Colorado Grocery Stores Affected by Deadly Dairy Recall
Once again, you need to check your labels from your latest grocery store trip in Colorado. There is a major recall that will affect the majority of households across our state.
Staying on top of food recalls is essential to ensure your household is eating healthy food. Getting sick because of eating recalled food is never ideal. Plus it is a giant waste of money.
Colorado's Most Recent (And Deadly) Recall
Listeria is the third leading cause of death due to foodborne illnesses in the country according to the Centers for Disease Control and Protection. This is extremely concerning, but listeria is not always lethal.
Symptoms of listeria, a bacteria that can contaminate many kinds of food and cause severe illness, usually appear within two weeks of exposure... - Time
Colorado Stores Where This Is Sold
The products that have been recalled are sold at Walmart, Trader Joe's, and Costco. A California-based dairy company is responsible for the recall. Rizo-López Foods in
You can check all of the products, which include brand, size, UPC number, and expiration dates here.
We would recommend checking your fridge and cross-referencing the list with the dairy products that you have. Many of us who were exposed to potential products with listeria might have already ingested the affected food.
Make sure to monitor how you are feeling. If you start feeling ill, contact your doctor and let them know that you were exposed to food that was recalled.
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