Texas Stores and Sports Teams Pull Blue Bell Ice CreamApril 13, 2015 — Wal-Mart, Publix, H-E-B, Kroger, Sam’s Club, and other grocery stores have all pulled Blue Bell ice cream off shelves due to possible contamination with Listeria.

The Houston Astros and Texas Rangers said they will not be selling Blue bell ice cream during opening games.

NBC Dallas Fort-Worth has reported that Wal-Mart and H-E-B grocery stores in the state have pulled potentially tainted products off the market.

Wal-Mart representatives said they have set up protective measures at the register to prevent customers from purchasing the ice cream. Wal-Mart, Kroger, and Sam’s Club continue to sell Blue Bell ice cream made at other plants.

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) asks consumers to avoid eating all Blue Bell ice cream that was produced at a plant in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Those products can be identified by looking for a code on the bottom of the container that ends with the letter “O,” “P,” “Q,” “R,” “S,” or “T.”

The ice cream has been linked to eight cases of Listeria infection, including five people in Kansas and three people in Texas who were hospitalized.

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