Turkey Hill Dairy recalls select ice cream due to mislabeling

(NEWS CENTER) -- Turkey Hill Dairy is voluntarily recalling select 48 oz. containers of its Dutch Chocolate Premium Ice Cream because the package may contain Rocky Road Premium Ice Cream instead of Dutch Chocolate Premium Ice Cream.

The ice creams would have been purchased after September 8, 2016 and may include undeclared ingredients of almonds and eggs. This could be harmful to consumers with food sensitivity or allergy to these ingredients.

The cup of the affected package would read Dutch Chocolate Premium Ice cream and the package lid would read Rocky Road Premium Ice Cream.

Here's what to look for if you think your ice cream is recalled:
UPC code: 20735-42095
Sell-by date: May 23, 2017 (Found printed on the bottom of the package)
Purchased after September 8, 2016

Turkey Hill Dairy says they haven't received any illness complaints from this recall. For people who are not allergic to almonds or eggs, there is no safety issue with the product otherwise.

Consumers can return the ice creams where they originally bought them for a full refund or contact Turkey Hill Dairy at 1-800-MY-DAIRY (1-800-693-2479).

Other affected states include PA., NY., NJ., MA., CT., DE., MD., VA., WV., AL., MO., OH., RI., VT., NH., NC., SC., GA., MI., IN., KY,. MS., IL. and TN. 

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