July 10, 2020

Blue Bell Recalls Ice Cream, Sherbet Pints and Half Gallons for Listeria

Blue Bell is now recalling pints and half gallons of ice cream and sherbet made at its plant in Broken Arrow, Okla. The recall expansion was triggered when tests performed on Banana Pudding Ice Cream pints by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) were positive for Listeria monocytogenes.

The company is recalling all products produced on the same line between February 12, 2015 – March 27, 2015. The recalled products have a code date ending in either S or T on the bottom of the carton.

The recalled products are as follows:blue-bell-listeria-recall

Ice cream pints with the UPC # 0 71899-05015 in the following flavors and lot codes: Banana Pudding 021217S, Butter Crunch 021917S, Mint Chocolate Chip 022017S, Cookie ‘ Cream 030317S, 030617S, Homemade Vanilla 032317S, Dutch Chocolate 032317S and Moo-llennium Crunch 032417S, 0324517S.

Sherbet pints with the UPC 0 71899-19990 8 in the following flavors and codes: Rainbow 021717S, 021817S, 022317S, 030217S.

Sherbet quarts with the UPC ) 71899-18992 3 in the following flavors and codes: Orange 032617S, Mixed Berry 032717S.

Three Ounce Tab Lid cups distributed only to food service.
Rainbow Sherbet with codes 022417S, 022617S, 022717S.

Gold Rim half gallons of Homemade Vanilla with UPC 0 71899-037200 and codes 030917T, 031017T, 031117T, 031317T, 031617T, )31717T, 031817T.

Brown Rim half gallons of pistachio almond with the UPC 0 71899-83548 6 with the code 031317T.

Light half gallons of Homemade Vanilla Light with the UPC 0 71800-73501 4 and the code031917T.

Consumers who have purchased these products should not eat them as Listeria can cause serious illness and death. Those most at risk are young children, seniors, the immune-compromised and pregnant women. Among pregnant women, Listeria infections can cause miscarriages and stillbirths.

Symptoms of an infection include high fever, severe headache, muscle stiffness, nausea, abdominal pain and diarrhea. The recalled products were sold at retail, discount and convenience stores and through food service operations in Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and Wyoming.


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