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McLean County Cheesemaker Recalls Products

A central Illinois cheese-maker is voluntarily recalling some of its cheese products, because they may contain antibiotics.

The Illinois Department of Public Health says the products from Ropp Jersey Cheese in Normal were not properly tested, and could pose a danger for people who are allergic to antibiotics. But so far, Public Health officials say they haven't received any reports of adverse reactions.

The recall involves Ropp Jersey cheese products with various sell-by dates ranging from April through September of 2011:

* 4/10/11

* 4/11/11

* 4/17/11 through 4/19/11

* 6/1/11

* 6/8/11 through 6/11/11

* 6/17/11 through 6/27/11

* 7/4/11 through 7/10/11

* 7/16/11 through 7/28/11

* 8/4/11 through 8/7/11

* 8/14/11 through 8/28/11

* 9/5/11 through 9/10/11

* 9/12/11

The cheese products were sold at stores and wineries throughout in Illinois, including Schnucks and Friar Tucks. Public Health officials say the products can be returned to the place of purchase for replacement.

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