From USA Today:
A nationwide recall of products containing cheese with a risk for listeria contamination continues to grow larger with salad kits and taco kits sold at stores including Albertsons, Costco, Walmart, and WinCo being removed from shelves.
"Rizo-López Foods of Modesto, California, on Feb. 5 recalled dozens of dairy products including Queso Fresco and Cotija Cheese, because of the risk of contamination with Listeria monocytogenes. Those recalled products – including cheese, crema, yogurt, and sour cream – were sold nationwide under brand names such as 365 Whole Foods Market, Don Francisco and Tio Francisco, the company said in a press release. Stores carrying products initially affected included Harris Teeter and Whole Foods.
"The U.S. Department of Agriculture and U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Thursday issued notices that increased the list of products recalled because they contained cheese made by Rizo-López Foods to more than five dozen, including black bean dip and other products sold at Costco and Trader Joe's, and Amazon Kitchen-branded burritos.
"Then, late Friday and Saturday the FDA issued notifications of 10 additional food companies with voluntary recalls connected to the agency's ongoing investigation of the listeria outbreak. Those products included various salad kits and taco kits including those carrying the Dole brand, and were sold at stores including Albertson's, Carrs-Safeway, Costco, Eagle, Safeway, and Walmart. Home Chef also notified delivery customers via email that several meals – among them White Cheddar Pesto Mac and Cheese and Cherry Chipotle Brisket Tacos – may not have the cheese required for the dishes and advised them to discard the cheese if one of the specific meal kits did come with cheese."