Sarah Rahal The Detroit News
Published 9:12 PM EDT Oct 16, 2018
Gena Inc. is voluntarily recalling all of its cheese products due to a labeling mishap, officials announced Tuesday.
Oro Cheese, produced by Gena Inc. in Shelby Township, is recalling the cheese products because the products do not follow labeling requirements for raw milk cheese, as outlined in Michigan’s Manufacturing Milk Law.
The label issue has caused the company to recall it’s Oro Cheeses: Bulgarian Feta Style, French Feta Style and Greek Feta Style.
No illnesses have been reported due to the mislabeling, according to a news release from the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development.
The dairy products recalled are packaged in the following plastic containers:
- 6-ounce small, clear tub
- 1.2-pound medium container
- 1.8-pound large container
- 15-pound medium pail
- 30-pound large pail
Gena Inc. is notifying its distributors to arrange for return/pick-up of all recalled products. Customers with recalled products should not eat the cheese and should discard the products or return them to the place of purchase.
Questions about the recall can be directed to Gena Inc. at (586) 251-2928 or by email at [email protected]
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