Turkey Hill recalling 3 ice cream flavors
Updated On: Oct 07 2013 10:20:52 AM CDT
Turkey Hill is recalling three ice cream flavors over concerns that some packages may contain metal shavings.
The voluntary recall includes:
- The 16-ounce size of Turkey Hill Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup premium ice cream; UPC Code: 0-20735-42005-8 with a sell by date: 10/04/2014 42-092
- The 48-ounce Turkey Hill Fudge Ripple premium ice cream; UPC Code: 0-20735-11011-9 with a sell by date: 09/30/2014 42-092 and
- The 16-ounce size of the Turkey Hill Moose Tracks Stuff'd Frozen Dairy Dessert; UPC Code: 0-20735-42025-6 with a sell by date: 09/27/2014 42-092.
Officials said all of the affected containers would have been bought after Oct. 1.
The recall was limited to packages sold at select Turkey Hill Minit Markets in Pennsylvania, select Wal-Marts in Pennsylvania and West Virginia, and other small grocers and convenience stores in Maryland and Pennsylvania.
All affected stores are directly delivered to and serviced by Turkey Hill Dairy and have been instructed to remove the product from their shelves.
There have been no reports of any foreign objects being found or any injury or illness occurring, according to Turkey Hill officials.
If you bought any of the affected products, you can return them to where you bought them for a full refund or contact Turkey Hill Dairy at 1-800-MY-DAIRY (1-800-693-2479).
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