Quarantine Lifted on Andante Dairy's Cheese
Last Tuesday a recall and quarantine on Andante Dairy's cheese, in Petaluma, was announced by the California Department of Food and Agriculture due to an irregularity with temperature in the pasteurization process. By Friday the quarantine and recall were lifted:
A review of records from a recent CDFA inspection determined the temperature was not right during the pasteurization process, triggering the recall and quarantine, CDFA spokesman Jay Van Rein said.
The recall and quarantine involved a small lot of fresh cheese that is usually consumed quickly and is not intended for storage, Van Rein said.
No illnesses were been reported and the dairy cooperated with the quarantine and recall, Van Rein said.