Aldi is recalling cream cheese spreads in 28 states for possible salmonella contamination


Due to possible salmonella contamination, Aldi is widening its cream cheese recall to include 28 states and the District of Columbia. Four types of cream cheese spreads that may have been contaminated with salmonella at the supplier Schreiber Foods, Inc. are included in the recall. Eight-ounce cups of the following cream cheese spreads are among the affected products.

Aldi is recalling cream cheese spreads in 28 states
Aldi is recalling cream cheese spreads in 28 states

The impacted cream cheese spreads, along with the relevant UPC numbers and sell-by dates, are listed below:

  • Whipped cream cheese spread:
    • UPC code: 4099100101881
    • Sell by dates: 08/30/2024, 08/31/2024, 09/01/2024, 09/03/2024, 09/04/2024
  • Chive & onion cream cheese spread:
    • UPC code: 4099100101751
    • Sell by dates: 09/13/2024, 09/22/2024
  • Cream cheese spread:
    • UPC code: 4099100101737
    • Sell by dates: 09/01/2024, 09/08/2024, 09/15/2024
  • Strawberry cream cheese spread:
    • UPC code: 4099100101744
    • Sell by dates: 09/08/2024, 09/15/2024
  • It is recommended that customers who have purchased these products either throw them away or return them to any Aldi shop for a complete refund. This is a preventative action that Aldi has implemented to make sure its customers are safe.
    Salmonella can cause symptoms like fever, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, and stomach pain, according to the FDA. Particularly for small children, the elderly, or people with compromised immune systems, infections can present major health hazards. In rare circumstances, infections can even be fatal.

Where Aldi cream cheese recalled for possible salmonella contamination was sold

The cream cheese products affected by the recall were sold at Aldi stores across 28 states and the District of Columbia. These states encompass Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.

What do I do if I bought this recalled product?

Customers who bought the impacted products are advised by Aldi to either throw them away straight away or return them to their closest store for a full refund. People can contact Schreiber Foods directly at 1-800-644-5473 or by email at to obtain further information.

Hy-Vee, Schnucks grocery chains recall cream cheese from same supplier

Aldi’s recall of cream cheese products comes after three other local supermarket chains—Hornbacher’s, Hy-Vee, and Schnucks—also recalled cream cheese that was supplied by Green Bay, Wisconsin-based Schreiber’s. Schnucks stated that Schreiber was notified by one of its suppliers that there was a possibility that a whey protein concentrate used in the cream cheese was salmonella-contaminated. Schreiber Foods has not yet replied to a request for comment from CBS News Philadelphia.



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