Retail chains Costco and Trader Joe's have issued recalls for a number of products sold in their stores that contain dairy products linked to a nationwide Listeria outbreak.

Two Deaths Linked to Nationwide Listeria Outbreak

Yesterday, we reported that dozens of dairy products sold across the country have been recalled due to contamination with Listeria, a bacteria that can be fatal for some. There have been two deaths linked to this outbreak already, according to the CDC.

Thirteen Brands in Initial Recalled

The initial recall includes products manufactured by Rizo López Foods, out of Modesto, California. The products were sold across the country under thirteen different brand names and include cheeses, yogurts, creme, and sour cream.

Costco & Trader Joe's Recall Additional Products

Retailers nationwide have pulled the recalled products from store shelves. However, Costco and Trader Joe's have pulled additional products sold in their stores that were made with ingredients from the Rizo López Foods recall.

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Costco Recalls Due to Listeria Concerns

Costco has issued recalls for the following products:

If you have any of these products, do not consume them. Costco says you can return them to the store for a refund. Consumers can visit Costco Customer Service here, or call Costco at 800-774-2678 with any questions.

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Trader Joe's Recalls Due to Listeria Concerns

Trader Joe's has issued the following recalls:

  • Chicken Enchiladas Verde (sku 58292)
  • Cilantro Salad Dressing (sku 36420)
  • Elote Chopped Salad Kit (sku 74768)
  • Southwest Salad (sku 56077)

Again, if you have any of these products, do not consume them. Trader Joe's says they will issue refunds if you return the items to the store. For questions, consumers can contact Trader Joe's Customer Relations by calling (626) 599-3817 between the hours of 6:00 am to 5:00 pm Pacific Time, Monday through Friday, or by using their "Contact Us" page.

While symptoms are generally mild for healthy individuals, Listeria can be life-threatening for those over 65, and people who are pregnant. If you believe you have been infected with Listeria, contact a medical professional.

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