Hilltop Meadow Farm pepper jack cheese sold at Princeton retailer recalled due to Listeria contamination

A Hilltop Meadow Farm brand cheese is being recalled due to a listeria contamination
The recall involves any 60-day aged pepper-jack cheese with best by dates of Sept. 21 or earlier, according to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration.
The cheese was sold at various retailers, including the Whole Earth Center in Princeton. It was sold in ½ lb, 1 lb, 2.5 lb, and 5 lb sizes at their on-farm store and at the following locations:
  • Whole Earth Center, 360 Nassau St., Princeton.
  • Healthy Way, 396 S Main St, Massena, New York.
  • Meadow Run Farms, 727 Rettew Mill Road, Littitz, Lancaster County.
  • Shady Acres Farm Market, 8514 Elizabethtown Road, Elizabethtown, Lancaster County.
  • Willow Haven Farm, 7686 Herber Road, New Tripoli, Leigh County.
  • Healthy Habits Natural Market, 1120 Center Turnpike, Orwigsburg, Schuylkill County.
  • Little Leaf Natural Products, 505 S Main Street, Montrose, Susquehanna County.
  • Northstar Bison Store, 225 Birch Avenue, Cameron, Wisconsin.
The FDA says the tainted Pepper Jack Raw Milk Cheese is labeled with the Hilltop Meadow Farm label and designations "From A2/A2 Milk" and "Made from 100% Grassfed Cow's Milk" product descriptions.
No illnesses have been reported. The FDA says consumers should discard the Hilltop Meadow Farm brand pepper jack cheese.