I added a clarification at the end of my other post, I realized that my statement otherwise was confusing.
If you see cheese that is made with raw milk it is aged over 60 days and so far that has been considered safe It might be that the FDA is reconsidering this. So far that is the word though. Cheeses that are aged under 60 days, imported or not are pasteurized, otherwise it is illegal and it don't think that Whole Foods sells this anywhere. Usually fresh Mozarella, Blue Cheese and some Bries are young cheeses and hard cheeses (no listeria found on there) are aged and can be produced with raw milk (this is in general, read the label).
I am not telling anyone to go and eat this, it is at your own risk, but it is just not true that all soft cheeses are dangerous (at least not more dangerous than any food in general)
Look at the label,
pasteurized milk=safe to eat (no matter if soft)
raw milk=make your own judgement if it is a hard or soft cheese
I hope that clears it up a little bit.