July 12, 2024

Three More Peanut Butter Ice Cream Recalls for Possible Salmonella

Three more corporations have recalled peanut butter ice cream products because they were made with Sunland products that may be contaminated with Salmonella bacteria. These derivative recalls are continuing weeks after Sunland recalled their products and a Salmonella Bredeney outbreak was announced that has sickened at least 35 people in 19 states. No illnesses have been reported in connection with the consumption of these products.

Dean Foods is recalling two Albertsons brand ice cream products in 1.5 quart (1.42 L) sizes. The ice cream is in a “scround” container; one flavor is Peanut Butter Cup, with UPC number 41163 45891 and Any “Best By” or “EXP” dates ranging from 4/6/2011 to 9/25/2013. The plant code is 49-11 or 60-20. Also recalled is Peanut Butter Chocolate in a “scround” container with UPC number 411563 45903 and any “Best By” or “EXP” dates ranging from 3/26/2011 to 8/3/2013. The products were sold in California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, North Dakota, Oregon, Utah, Wyoming, and Washington. You can see the product labels at the FDA site. For questions, call 1-800-587-2259 Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm CT.

Toft Dairy is recalling Buckeye Bites Ice Cream because it was made with a peanut butter base made from Sunland Inc. products. They are recalling 48 ounce carton and 3 gallon tubs of Buckeye Bites Ice Cream with expiration dates of March 14, 2013 or before. The company switched peanut butter suppliers on March 15, 2012, so ice cream with expiration dates AFTER March 14, 2013 are not included in the recall. The UPC number for the 48 ounce product is 19473-00602. The product code for Toft’s 3 gallon tubs of the ice cream is 874. For questions, call 1-800-521-4606 between 8:00 am and 4:30 pm ET.

Velvet Ice Cream is recalling seven types of ice cream for possible Salmonella contamination. You can see the list of products, along with the UPC numbers, code numbers, sizes, and manufacturer dates, at the FDA site. You can also see product photos at the FDA web site. The recalled products were sold at convenience stores, small independent retailers, and ice cream parlors in Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia. If you have purchased these products, return them to the store for a refund.

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