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  • Trader Joe’s Chicken Enchiladas Verde (SKU 58292)
  • Trader Joe’s Cilantro Salad Dressing (SKU 36420)
  • Trader Joe’s Elote Chopped Salad Kit (SKU 74768)
  • Trader Joe’s Southwest Salad (SKU 56077)
  • They're now finding more cases of food illness from products with cojita cheese and queso fresco, not just the ones sold at Trader Joe's. These are items found at Walmart and Costco as well.

    So far they're saying 26 illnesses including 2 deaths may be directly linked to items with this product.

    The CDC is reporting more cases in 11 states including Washington, Oregon, and in California, with direct links to these types of products.

    The FDA has a large list of items that you should consider throwing away or returning for these types of products.

    Not just straight bricks of cojita or queso fresco but also items like ready-made salads, items in the fresh and frozen section, all with cojita. See the list on the FDA site. There's a lot.

    Signs may not show up for a couple of weeks but may include fever, aches, nausea, and your body trying to reject everything inside your stomach from both ends, if you know what I mean.

    Check your fridge and freezer and if you have any of those items get rid of them for you and your family's safety.

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