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Who Put the E. Coli in Your Emmental?

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Bravo Farms did! The California Department of Food and Agriculture is widening its recall of all Bravo Farms cheeses after 40 people in five states became ill after ingesting bad cheese, according to CBS Los Angeles. What sort of yuck awaits your digestive tract if you eat this deemed-bad cheese? E. Coli and Listeria. Yummy. Bravo Farms is encouraging all customers to toss the tainted cheese or request full refunds from the stores where they were purchased. Bravo?