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   Cooperstown Cheese Company Promises Changes After Listeria Recall
by Greg Klein, The Cooperstown Crier
Posted: Monday, October 30, 2017 at 3:45PM EDT

A Milford company is promising more-stringent testing after a batch of locally sourced milk led to a positive test for listeria in several of its cheese products and a voluntary recall earlier this month. 

According to Sharon Tomaselli, co-owner of the Cooperstown Cheese Company on Route 28 in Milford, the listeria has been traced to a bad batch of milk from a local farm. She said the farm was a temporary provider of milk to her company because of statewide shortages, and business with that farm had already stopped before the outbreak.

Tomaselli said most of the milk her company uses is tested, but now it will shift to testing every batch.

To read the rest of the story, please go to: The Cooperstown Crier


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