BOSTON (WHDH) - Check the cheese before your next charcuterie party.

The CDC is warning of a listeria outbreak in brie and camembert cheese made by Old Europe Cheese, Inc. which sells cheese under various brand names at many chains nationwide.

Local chains listed in the warning included Shaw’s, Price Chopper, Market Basket, Stop & Shop and Whole Foods.

The FDA said that products were distributed from Aug. 1, 2022 through Sept. 28, 2022.

The cheese’s expiration dates ranged from Sept. 28, 2022 to Dec. 14, 2022.

The CDC warned people not to eat recalled cheese and to dispose of it. They also said to clean and disinfect any surfaces that touched the recalled cheese as listeria can survive and spread to other foods and surfaces.

The CDC said that listeria symptoms can include headache, stiff neck, confusion, loss of balance, and convulsions along with fever and muscle aches.

People who are experiencing symptoms after eating the cheese should call a healthcare provider immediately.

Pregnant people are also at risk of pregnancy loss or premature birth, as well as complications for newborns as a result of listeria.

Listeria can cause severe illness when the bacteria spreads beyond the gut to other parts of the body.

A full list of impacted cheese brands and stores that carry the cheese can be found on the FDA website.

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