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Ice Cream Recall

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An ice cream that is sold at convenience stores, small retailers and ice cream parlors here in Indiana is the subject of a recall due to possible salmonella contamination.

Velvet Ice Cream in Ohio issued the voluntary recall yesterday.

The company was notified that some peanut products in the Velvet peanut butter flavor ice cream may be contaminated with salmonella.

The Food and Drug Administration has a list of the specific products and code numbers included in the recall.

 

The following products with specific code numbers are covered under the recall:

 

Code Number*

Manufactured Date

Velvet Supreme Peanut Butter Cup – 1/2 gallon

UPC #70682-10119

10181

6/30/2010

Velvet Peanut Butter Cup - 3 gallon

UPC #70682-10539

10181

6/30/2010

Velvet Buckeye Classic - 56oz

UPC #70682-10038

10193

7/12/2010

Velvet Buckeye Classic - 3 gallon

UPC #70682-10519

10193

7/12/2010

Velvet Buckeye Classic - 3 gallon

UPC #70682-10519

12207

7/25/2012

Velvet Buckeye Classic - 3 gallon

UPC #70682-10519

12227

8/14/2012

Velvet Buckeye Classic - pints

UPC #70682-10423

12251

9/07/2012

*Found on the bottom of 56oz and pint cartons, label of 3 gallon container and flap of half-gallon carton

Product descriptions:

  • Buckeye Classic ice cream (Creamy peanut butter ice cream swirled with thick chocolate fudge and chocolate-covered peanut butter candies) 56oz carton, 3 gallon containers and pints
  • Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup ice cream (Chocolate ice cream with peanut butter swirls) half-gallon cartons and 3 gallon containers

 

"The wellbeing of Velvet Ice Cream customers and the quality of our products is of the utmost importance to our company," said Velvet Ice Cream President Luconda Dager. "The moment we heard there were issues with nut products manufactured by Sunland, Inc., we took immediate steps to investigate all peanut products shipped to our company and voluntarily removed any product that may include tainted ingredients."

Customers who have purchased affected products can return them to the store of purchase for a full refund.

Located in Utica, Ohio, Velvet Ice Cream is a family-owned and operated business that has been making ice cream for nearly 100 years. Joseph Dager founded Velvet Ice Cream in 1914 and four generations of Dagers have since run the company.

 

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Photo: Product Labels

Recalled Product Photos Are Also Available on FDA's Flickr Photostream.

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