August 29, 2006
Atlanta -- Ole Mexican Foods of Norcross is recalling cheese because it tested positive for bacteria. The Ole brand and Verole brand of cheese are sold under the label Fresco Authentic Mexican crumbling cheese.
The cheese is sold in round plastic vacuum packages with a white label and "sell by" dates of 09-20-06 and 09-21-06. Twelve ounce, 24-ounce, and five-pound packages are being recalled.
They are contaminated with e-coli, staphylococcus aureus, and coliform.
If you have eaten any of it, you should see a doctor.
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