Whole Foods recalls a popular food from 9 stores after a potentially deadly discovery was made
This major recall declared by the chain needs to reach public in the respective areas as soon as possible.
As reported in an article published by Faith Family America, the renowned grocery chain, Whole Foods Market, recently issued a product recall when a possibly fatal discovery was made.
The chain voluntarily recalled the Explorateur French Triple Crème cheese from nine stores situated in New Mexico, Arkansas, Texas, Illinois, New Jersey and Connecticut out of caution.
As per the findings of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration the aforementioned cheese has the potential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.
These fatal bacteria have the capability to cause deadly infections, particularly in young children or older people. Whole Foods have urged the public to share the recall within the readers' circle of friends.
It is also important for one to check their own refrigerator to see if they bought the product recently from the aforementioned stores of Whole Foods Market.
The recall includes Explorateur French Triple Crème cheese under the names Explorateur, Explorateur Triple Crème French Cheese and Explorateur French Triple Crème Cheese that was cut and packed in clear plastic wrapping.
These products were also sold in branded eight oz. packages. Every product of cheese had "sell by" dates from February 15, 2018, through April 03, 2018, as per the report.
In case a consumer has purchased the product recently from the stores, Whole Foods is urging everyone to refrain from eating its contents.
Whole Foods has instructed its customers to bring a legitimate receipt along with the product to any one of their locations for a full refund.
If a customer has further queries, they can call 1-844- 936-8255 between 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. CST, on the weekdays, Monday through Friday.
The helpline will also be active on the weekends from 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Central Standard Time.