Outbreak of listeria in Minnesota may be linked to Waterloo-made cheese
ST. PAUL - Health officials are investigating an outbreak of listeria in Minnesota that may be linked to cheese made by a Wisconsin firm.
Officials in the Gopher State said one older adult died, and another was hospitalized with illnesses linked to Les Freres cheese – which is made by Crave Brothers Farmstead Classics of Waterloo. The company has not commented.
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