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19 Sep 2020 8:51
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    People are being urged to check their fridges for a range of cheese products that may have been contaminated with listeria

    People are being urged to check their fridges for a range of cheese products that may have been contaminated with listeria


    There have been three recent cases of listeria in Tauranga, and one person has died.

    Gary Orr from the Ministry for Primary Industries says the recall includes a range of different brands and cheeses made at the Talbot Forest Cheese factory including Ornelle and Bouton D'Or Halloumi, and a range of Puhoi valley cheeses.

    He says people should throw the product in the rubbish or return it to the retailer.

    The products have been in supermarkets nationwide, and a full list is on the MPI website.

    Listeria is especially dangerous for pregnant women and those with poor immunity.

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