What is “Hispanic-Style” Cheese?
Yet another so-called “news” item that doesn’t tell readers anything:
One Dead, Seven Sickened in Listeria Outbreak Linked to Cheese
One person has died and three newborns have become ill in an outbreak of listeria linked to Hispanic-style cheese.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday that the death occurred in California. Seven additional illnesses were reported in Maryland.
All of the Maryland victims reported eating soft or semi-soft Hispanic-style cheese that they purchased at different locations of the same grocery store chain. Listeria was later detected in a sample of Caujada en Terron, or fresh cheese curd, purchased at that chain.
The CDC says three of the victims are newborns. Two of those ill are mothers of two of the ill newborns.
This is a case of rushing to publish so-called breaking news before the facts are known. Or maybe it’s a case of not caring about facts.
What is “Hispanic-style cheese?” Could ya’ll narrow that down a bit?
Expiration dates and production codes would be greatly appreciated.
Is “Caujada en Terron” a brand of cheese or a type of cheese?
Aye yie yie. When oh when will we get a better media?