Dairy Fresh said it’s recalling some of its IGA-brand Vanilla & Chocolate ice cream because those products actually contain the flavor “Heavenly Hash.” The problem is that Heavenly Hash contains almonds, coconut, and soy. Dairy Fresh said the wrong packaging was used by mistake and— as a result— the labeling does not contain warnings for people who may be allergic to those foods.
The company is voluntarily recalling the IGA Brand Vanilla and Chocolate in the 1.75 quart package. The ice cream has plant code “3783? and a SELL BY date of 8-13-13. Dairy Fresh said the company is also recalling any packages with a sell-by date between June and that point.
Company officials say they are aware of one consumer who had an allergic reaction after eating the ice cream.
Dairy Fresh says the recalled ice cream was sold in Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia.