August 1, 2014

Cass-Clay Creamery Recalls Ice Cream for Undeclared Allergens

Cass-Clay Creamery of North Dakota is recalling some varieties of ice cream because they may contain undeclared Brazil nuts, peanut oil, and soy lecithin. Tree nuts such as Brazil nuts are one of the major food allergens. Peanuts are another allergen, and so is soy.

The flavors recalled for Brazil nuts are Cass-Clay Maple Nut ice Cream in one gallon containers (3.78 liters) with UPC number 70422-03404; Cass-Clay Premium Light Maple Nut Ice cream in one gallon containers with UPC number 70422-23404; and Hornbacher’s Maple Nut Ice Cream in half-gallon containers (1.89 liters) with UPC number 41130-21666. Cass-Clay Premium Light Double Chocolate Fudge Ice cream, in half-gallon containers, UPC number 70422-24061 is being recalled for undeclared peanut oil and soy lecithin.

Anyone with an allergy or sensitivity to these ingredients may suffer a serious or life-threatening injury if they eat these products. No illnesses have been reported to date. The products were distributed in Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.

All code dates for these products manufactured in Plant #38-25 are affected. Return the product to the place of purchase for a full refund. For questions, call the Consumer Affairs line at 1-800-441-4269.

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