Orange Cream Bar Listeria RecallAbout 59 million pounds of orange-cream and chocolate-coated vanilla ice cream bars were recalled after several samples tested positive for Listeria.

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Ice Cream Bars Recall for Listeria Risk

January 9, 2018 — Fieldbrook Foods Corp., of Dunkirk, New York., has recalled all orange-cream bars and chocolate-coated vanilla ice cream bars manufactured in 2017 due to a possible risk of infection with Listeria monocytogenes.

What is the problem?

No illnesses have been reported to date in connection with this recall. Listeria monocytogenes is a bacteria that can cause serious and sometimes fatal food poisoning infections, especially in young children, older adults, people with weak immune systems. In pregnant women, Listeria can cause miscarriage, stillbirth, or infection.

List of Recalled Ice Cream Bars

The recalled orange cream bars, chocolate-coated vanilla ice cream bars, and variety packs were sold at dozens of grocery stores under the following store-brands and other brand-names, including:

  • Acme – Lucerne®
  • ALDI – Sundae Shoppe®
  • Amigo – Great Value® (Puerto Rico Only)
  • Bi Lo – Southern Home®
  • BJ’s – Wellsley Farms®
  • Demoulas – Market Basket®
  • Dillon – Kroger®
  • Dollar Tree – Party Treat®
  • Econo – Econo® (Puerto Rico Only)
  • Food 4 Less – Kroger®
  • Fred Meyer – Kroger®
  • Frys – Kroger®
  • Giant – Ahold®
  • Giant Eagle – Giant Eagle®
  • Harveys – Southern Home®
  • Jewel – Lucerne®
  • King Soopers – Kroger®
  • Kroger – Kroger®
  • Meijer – Purple Cow®
  • Price Chopper – PIC®
  • Price Rite – Price Rite®
  • Ralphs – Kroger®
  • Safeway (DC/DE/FL/MD/VA) – Lucerne®
  • Save-A-Lot – World’s Fair®
  • Shaws – Lucerne®
  • Shoprite – Polar Express®
  • Shoprite – Shoprite®
  • Smart & Final – First Street®
  • Smiths – Kroger®
  • Star – Lucerne®
  • Stater – Stater®
  • Stop N Shop – Ahold®
  • Tops – Tops®
  • Food Club® (sold at various stores)
  • Stoneridge® (sold at various stores)
  • Hagan® (sold at various stores)
  • Greens® (sold at various stores)
  • Hood® (sold at various stores)
  • Stoneridge® (sold at various stores)
  • Walmart – Great Value® (Puerto Rico Only)
  • Weis – Weis®
  • Winn Dixie – Winn Dixie®

The recalled orange-cream bars and chocolate-vanilla bars have “Best-By” dates between January 1, 2018 and December 31, 2018.

Hood and Kemps products may show a “Best By” date of July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019.

Ice Cream Tested Positive for Listeria

The contamination was discovered after routine testing detected Listeria in a few samples of ice cream bars. The recall was expanded after additional samples tested positive for Listeria. The company has recalled ice cream back to January 1, 2017.

What Should I Do?

Consumers who bought these ice cream products should return them to the store where they were purchased for a full refund. Consumers with questions may contact the company at 1 (800) 333-0805 (x2270).

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