Panera Bread Recalls Cream Cheese Products Due to Listeria Concerns

Panera Bread has issued a nationwide recall of its cream cheese products over concerns of possible listeria contamination. Details of the Panera Bread Recall According to USA Today, the recall was issued Sunday with the St. Louis-based food chain reporting samples of one variety of two-ounce cream cheese sold a positive result for the presence of listeria. The recall was issued “out of an abundance of caution”, according to Panera Bread. Panera Bread said the recall applies to all varieties of its two-ounce and eight-ounce cream cheese products. This includes all cream cheese products with an expiration date on or before April 2, 2018. More specifically, the recall covers: Plain Cream Cheese Reduced-Fat Plain Cream Cheese Reduced-Fat Chive & Onion Cream Cheese Reduced-Fat Honey Walnut Cream Cheese Reduced-Fat Wild Blueberry Cream Cheese About Lysteria Contamination and Infection Listeria monocytogenes is a bacterium that can result in a serious infection called…

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