June 17, 2024

Sprout Creek Farm Margie Cheese Recalled For Improper Pasteurization

According to news reports, the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets states that a Sprout Creek Farm cows milk cheese called Margie is being voluntarily recalled for improper pasteurization. Pasteurization heats the milk used to make cheese to a temperature high enough to kill any pathogenic bacteria that may be present. No illnesses have been reported to date in connection with this issue.

The recalled cow’s milk cheese is called Margie, with a Make Date of August 28, 2018 and a Best By Date of November 12, 2018. The product was sold at these stores: Baldor Foods throughout the state, Simons Catering in Dutchess County, Walbridge Farm Market in Dutchess County, Cold Spring Cheese Shop in Putnam County, Turning Stone Resort in Oneida County, Mohonk Mountain House in Ulster Country, Hudson Valley Harvest throughout the state, and Nic L Inn, in Dutchess County.

The cheese was distributed locally by the Turning Stone Resort. It was distributed statewide buy the Hudson Valley Harvest Company, according to the Rome Sentinel.

Routine inspection conducted by the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets discovered the problem. Check your refrigerator and freezer to see if you have this Sprout Creek Farm cheese in your home. If you purchased this cheese at any of the above locations, don’t eat it. Throw it away or take it back to the store or facility where you bought it for a full refund. The Farm is located in Poughkeepsie, New York. They have been in contact with distributors to immediately remove the cheese from store shelves.

Sprout Creek Farm Margie Cheese Recall

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