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Two People Have Already Died From Eating This Cheese, Protect Your Family

Two deaths have been reported in an outbreak of listeriosis that has been linked to a brand of cheese made by Vulto Creamery.

Six people have been hospitalized across the country, ranging from Connecticut, Florida, New York and Vermont, ages spreading from 1-89.

Vulto Creamery have recalled all of their Ouleout, Miranda, Heinennellie and Qillowemoc soft wash-rind raw milk cheese.

In a statement released from the company, they announced that "if you have any of this soft, wash-rind raw-milk cheese, please do not consume it. Consumers that have any of these soft raw milk cheeses from Vulto Creamery should return the cheese to the purchase location for a refund."

They adviser retailers that "any of the Vulto Creamery soft, wash-rind raw milk cheese on hand should immediately remove these products from common storage coolers and quarantine these cheeses in a secured area of a cooler."

The FDA has shut down the production at the company while they investigate the cause of the outbreak.

If you have any of this cheese in your home return it immediately!

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