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This product is causing Food Poisoning

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is investigating a multistate outbreak of listeria linked to Vulto Creameries’ soft raw milk cheese. Since September 1, 2016, 2 deaths and 6 hospitalizations have been reported in Connecticut, Florida, New York, and Vermont.

Listeria is a critical infection caused by contaminated food and is particularly dangerous to pregnant women, the elderly and those with weakened immune systems.

Vulto Creamery recently recalled all of its Ouleout, Miranda, Heinenellie and Willowemoc soft wash-rind raw milk cheeses. The cheeses are distributed nationwide and the majority is sold in the Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic States.

Super Markets that carry the Vulto Creamery, soft raw milk cheese have been warned to throw out the affected dangerous products. And consumers have been warned to throw out any of this product they have purchased, or bring it back to the market for a full refund.

Consumers should seek medical attention if they experience any symptoms including these symptoms after eating the recalled cheese:
• Fever
• Muscle Aches
• Diarrhea
• Stiffness
• Nausea
• Abdominal Pain

Symptoms of listeria usually appear a few days up to a few weeks after eating the contaminated food. This investigation is ongoing and once again any consumer or retailer who has this product should immediately dispose of it.

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If you or a loved one feels that you suffered food poisoning from the recalled Vulto Creamery soft raw milk cheese, Call Graves McLain for help at 918-359-6600. You will receive a FREE, confidential, no-obligation consultation with one of our experienced Tulsa, Oklahoma Product Liability Lawyers.

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