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Ohio Department of Agriculture issues public health alert over cheese spread without pasteurization records


Local news outlets are reporting that the Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) has issued a health alert for certain cheese products made by Yellow House Cheese LLC in Seville.

The health alert as of the posting of this article has not been posted to ODA’s website.

The health alert is for the company’s Seville Spread and Seville Spread Brown Sugar Cinnamon because there were no antibiotic testing and pasteurization records for the milk used to make the cheese.

Both spreads under a health alert were packaged in clear plastic containers, weighing between 4 and 8 ounces each.

The alert warns people who purchased this product not to consume it.

Seville Spread is sold in the Medina County, Ohio area.

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