The Vermont-based Ben & Jerry’s ice cream company is pulling certain pints of its Chocolate Nougat Crunch Ice Cream from store shelves. This is after the Vermont ice cream maker’s parent company said that the ice cream contained undeclared nuts.
Undeclared peanuts or tree nuts can cause serious allergic reactions in people with certain food allergies, normally within the span of a few minutes to 2 hours after consumption. Any customers who have purchased the product should dispose of the product and bring their purchase receipt back to stores for a full refund. As of yet, no illnesses have been reported, according to a press release from Stop & Shop.
The affected products have the following date codes printed on the bottom of the pint: JUL1113BJ1, JUL1213BJ1, AUG0113BJ1, AUG0213BJ1, AUG2313BJ1, AUG2413BJ1, AUG2513BJ1, SEP2013BJ1, SEP2113BJ1, or OCT2313BJ1. The UPC label for the affected pints is 7684020899.
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