It seems every week there is a new food recalled due to contamination of one sort or another.\nThis week we give you Dongé brand Coulommiers raw milk cheese due to a possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination.\nAnd yes, it’s confirmed that the cheese product has been sold in Quebec.\nLes Dépendances, the parent company, recalled the cheese yesterday, July 2, 2019.\nThe Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is conducting an investigation into its other products, which could lead to more recalls. So check your fridge. The raw milk cheese was also sold cut in half and in quarters.\nCFIA\nThe recalled products are listed above, including their size and the markings that would be found on the contaminated cheese, including best before dates and packing codes.\nREAD MORE: The Government Of Quebec Might Soon Let Montreal Landlords Demand A Security Deposit From Tenants\nThe Listeria monocytogenes bacteria can be tricky; food may not smell or look spoiled. But with symptoms starting from nausea, fever, muscle and headaches, and more severe symptoms for those with lowered immunity (like death), it’s better to be safe than sorry.\nView this post on Instagram Camembert style, Baron, Morion and Cinta (Neufchatel). All ready to brighten up your cheese board. . . #cheese #artisancheese #camembert #chaource #baron #coulommiers #crottin #goatcheese #milkywheycheese A post shared by Milky Whey Cheese (@milkywheycheese) on Mar 27, 2019 at 11:12pm PDT\nLes Dépendances asks that if you’re unsure if you have purchased this product, it’s best to contact the retailer.\nThis is not the first time the brand has had to recall a product due to the same possible bacterium. In 2014, as a precautionary measure, they recalled their Dongé Brie de Meaux.\nIf you think you may have been exposed to the Listeria bacteria and are experiencing symptoms, it's best to contact your doctor right away.\nCheck out the product photos below to see if you could be at risk:\nCFIA\nCFIA\nThere have been no reported illnesses caused by this product to date.\nTo read the full article and to keep up to date on further Food Recall Warnings, visit the CFIA website, check it out here.\nFor more information on the 2014 recall, check it out here.