SACRAMENTO, CA - Multiple varieties of cheeses made by a dairy in Petaluma were recalled by the California Department of Food and Agriculture Tuesday.
A test on several types of cheese from Andante Dairy showed they lacked of proper pasteurization that may have allowed dangerous pathogens to survive in the products, California State Veterinarian, Dr. Annette Whiteford said.
The CDFA said no illnesses have been reported, and Andante Dairy is cooperating with the recall.
The recalled cheeses were sold in 5 to 8 oz. sizes and had no code date or variety information on the packaging.
The cheeses were sold mainly to retail markets, restaurants and cheese shops in California, with very limited distribution in Chicago and New York.
Andante Dairy brand cheeses exempt from this quarantine are Musette, Tomme Dolce and Etude, the CDFA said.
Consumers are urged to discard any other varieties from Andante Dairy.