PETALUMA (CBS SF) – A Petaluma-based cheese distribution company is recalling all partial wheels of two cheeses due to potential contamination.

Tomales Bay Foods Inc. is recalling 133 pounds of cheese distributed as partial wheels to restaurants and retail stores between June 25 and June 27 in California, North Carolina and Florida, according to the Monterey County Health Department.

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The cheeses being recalled are the Shepherd’s Way Big Woods Blue, dated July 19 to July 27, 2011, and Tumalo Farms Pondhopper, dated June 28, 2012.

No illness has been reported in connection with the potential contamination, health department officials said.

Anyone who has purchased the affected cheeses should contact the place where they bought them for a refund. Those with questions should call Tomales Bay Foods Inc. at (866) 249-7833 and mention the “August Cheese Recall.”

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