Turkey Hill Recalls Dutch Chocolate Ice Cream Shipped to Stores in 25 States Over Mislabeling

Only the Dutch Chocolate packages with Rocky Road lids are subject to recall. Handout

What to Know

  • The recalled products were shipped to stores in 25 states, including New York and New Jersey

  • There have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions

  • Consumers who may have purchased the affected products can return them to the place of purchase for a full refund

Pennsylvania-based Turkey Hill Dairy is recalling a bunch of ice cream that had been labeled as Dutch Chocolate but is actually Rocky Road, which has almond and egg ingredients that could be dangerous to people allergic to those items.

The dairy is recalling all 48-ounce packages of Dutch Chocolate ice cream that have Rocky Road lids and have a sell-by date of May 23, 2017. The mislabeled ice cream was sent to stores in 25 states, including New York, New Jersey.

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All stores have been told to remove the affected products from shelves, Turkey Hill said.

The company said it has not received any reports of illness related to the mislabeled ice cream. Anyone who purchased one of the recalled products can return it to the place of purchase for a full refund.