Published: Fri, March 10, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Merle Christensen

Two deaths reported, Vulto Creamery soft raw milk cheese the likely source

Two deaths reported, Vulto Creamery soft raw milk cheese the likely source

Consumers are being told that if they have any of these cheese from Vulto Creamery to throw them out immediately. All six were hospitalized, and two people from CT and Vermont died.

On March 7, 2017, Vulto Creamery recalled all lots of Ouleout, Miranda, Heinennellie, and Willowemoc soft wash-rind raw milk cheeses.

CT health officials said cheese from Vulto was sold at Whole Foods in Fairfield.

The outbreak strain, listeria monocytogenes, was found in leftover Ouleout cheese collected from the deceased person's home, the Connecticut Department of Health said. The people sickened by the cheese range in age frmo 0 to 89. The cheeses were sold at stores where at least five of the ill people purchased it from before getting sick. Two of six people who ate the cheese contracted a rare, but serious bacterial disease, officials said.

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No illnesses have been reported in the state thus far associated to the recalls.

The Department of Public Health is investigating after confirming Thursday that a CT resident had died after eating recalled cheese.

The recalled products were sold at retail locations in the Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic States, California, Chicago, Portland and Washington, D.C.

Vulto Creamery initiated a nationwide recall Tuesday of all lots of four types of its raw milk cheeses and stopped production at its Walton, NY, plant because the FDA found Listeria monocytogenes in one of the products. The company is requesting that the cheese be returned, rather than destroyed.

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