Turkey Hill Dairy Issues Ice Cream Recall

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A packaging mix-up has prompted Turkey Hill Dairy to issue a recall for ice cream.

According to a press release, the company is recalling select 48-ounce containers of Dutch Chocolate Premium Ice Cream. The containers may contain Rocky Road ice cream instead.

Turkey Hill says “the cup of the affected package would read Dutch Chocolate Premium Ice Cream, and the package lid would read Rocky Road Premium Ice Cream.”

Here is the product information:

  • Name of Product: Dutch Chocolate Premium Ice Cream
  • Container Size: 48 oz. (1.5 QTS – 1.42L)
  • UPC Code: 20735-42095
  • Sell-By Date: May 23, 2017 (Found printed on the bottom of the package)

The recalled ice cream would have been purchased after Sept. 8, and could have undeclared ingredients of almonds and eggs, which could cause problems for those with food allergies.

(Source: Turkey Hill Dairy)

(Source: Turkey Hill Dairy)

There have been no reporters of illnesses.

The recalled ice cream was sold in a number of states including, Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia and Maryland.

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For more information on the recall, visit Turkey Hill Dairy’s website at this link.

Anyone with the recalled product can return it to the store where they bought for a full refund or contact Turkey Hill Dairy at 1-800-MY-DAIRY (1-800-693-2479).


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