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Possible listeria contamination causes Sargento recall

Possible listeria contamination causes Sargento recall

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NBC RIGHT NOW - Sargento is recalling some of its cheese products because of potential contamination. Meijer, the supplier of Sargento's specialty longhorn colby, says the product could be contaminated with listeria monocytogenes.

While Meijer says no one has gotten sick from the products, they and Sargento are recalling several items as a precaution.

The cheeses included in the recall are Sargento Ultra Thin Longhorn Colby, Sargento Sliced Colby-Jack cheese, Sliced Pepper-Jack Cheese, Chef Blends Shredded Taco Cheese, Off the Block Shredded Fine Cut Colby-Jack Cheese, Off the Block Shredded Fine Cut Cheddar Jack Cheese.

To find out more about the recall, click here.

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