Whole Foods Market Recall Morbier Cheese
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About the Whole Foods Recall
- The recall concerns the Trois Comtois Morbier cheese manufactured by Trois Combois of Poligny, France.
- The cheese was distributed to the Southwest, Mid Atlantic, Southern Pacific, Northern California, and Midwest regions.
- The cheese is identifiable by the PLU located on the product’s Whole Foods Market label.
- The PLU and name of the product varies by region.
Morbier Cheese Recall by Name, PLU, and Region
Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Southern California, Hawaii, Arizona:
- Morbier Raw Milk
Ohio, Virginia, Washington D.C.:
- Morbier AOC Le Trois
Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Wisconsin:
- Morbier Raw Milk French Cheese
Northern California, Nevada:
- Morbier Les Trois Comtois
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