ISSAQUAH, Wash. -- Price/Costco, based here, pulled packages of Jarlsberg cheese from its selling floors when the Food and Drug Administration turned up a positive result for listeria. The 1- to 2-pound cheese wedges were sourced from an Auburn, Wash.-based importer, Peterson Co., Price/Costco general merchandising manager John Eagan told SN last week. Stores in Alaska, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah and Washington were affected. "We were notified late last week ...
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