December 15, 2008: Cambrooke Foods Recalls Imitation Cream Cheese And Low Protein Peanot Butter™ Products Due to Lister

Cambrooke Foods has recalled its Low Protein Peanot Butter™ and Imitation Cream Cheese products because the products may be contaminated with the foodborne pathogen Listeria monocytogenes. ...

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The following Imitation Cream Cheese Products are subject to the recall:
  • Cheddar Wizard Low Protein Imitation Cream Cheese (SKU 10310; 8 oz. jar);
  • Herb & Garlic Low Protein Imitation Cream Cheese (SKU 10308; 8 oz. jar); and
  • Plain Low Protein Imitation Cream Cheese (SKU 10306; 8 oz. jar).
Cambrooke Foods has also recalled all batches of the following:
  • Low Protein Peanot Butter™ (SKU 10809; 16 oz. jar).

The above recalled products should not be consumed. 

The recall was initiated after routine batch testing detected the presence of Listeria monocytogenes in some of the Cream Cheese products.  The Low Protein Peanot Butter™ was also recalled since it is produced in the same facility; using the same machinery used to produce the Imitation Cream Cheese products. 

The bacterium, Listeria monocytogenes, can cause life-threatening infections in young children, the elderly, and immunocompromised.  In pregnant women, listeriosis (or Listeria infection) can cause miscarriage or stillbirth. 

To learn more, please click Listerosis Symptoms 

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