Cheese Contaminated with E Coli Recalled in Colorado

According to 7NEWS, yet another defective Costco cheese product, sold only in Colorado, is now being recalled. The cheese, a batch of Mauri Gorgonzola (imported from Italy and packaged by DPI Specialty Foods of Tualatin, Oregon in one-pound clear plastic packages with sell-by dates of 01/13/11 or 01/14/11) is thought to be contaminated by E. coli bacteria. Consumers who have this cheese are advised not to eat it, and to return it to Costco for a refund, or else dispose of the uneaten cheese properly.

If you or a loved one has been the victim of a defective product in the Denver area, please contact the Denver Defective Products Attorney today.

Each year a worrisome number of products, many of them imported from overseas, are discovered to be defective when they injure consumers. As this story shows, Colorado consumers continue to be exposed to the hazards of defective products, some of which are only found here in Colorado.

If you or a family member has been injured by a defective product, whether in Denver or anywhere in the State of Colorado, Attorney Sommer Diane Luther can investigate the circumstances and help you maximize your compensation. Call Attorney Sommer Diane Luther today at 1-800-517-4439 to schedule your free consultation.


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One Response to “Cheese Contaminated with E Coli Recalled in Colorado”

  1. Defective products–especially foods that are contaminated– can lead to serious injuries and even death. It is a good thing this product is being recalled. Hopefully no one was injured.