Company Issues Voluntary Ice Cream Recall

mislabeled ice cream Winston-Salem, North Carolina dairy company Dairy Fresh has issued a voluntary recall of certain flavors of ice cream after realizing it was shipped in mislabeled containers.

The mislabeled ice cream does not identify potential allergens on the packaging. IGA brand chocolate and vanilla ice creams with sell by dates of August 13th of this year and a plant code of 3783 are affected. Ice cream labeled in this manner may not be the flavor described on the packaging, but rather another flavor that can potentially contain allergens such as soy, almonds, and coconut.

The ice cream was sold in 10 states, including Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, and West Virginia.

There is nothing inherently wrong with the mislabeled ice cream, but individuals with food allergies should be wary of it. So far, the company is aware of only one person who suffered a reaction as a result of its mistake.

One Response to “Company Issues Voluntary Ice Cream Recall”

  1. This is a great example of a company acting ethically and taking care of business before they get in trouble for it. I can say I’m proud of this company.

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