Oct. 11, 2012—Clemmy’s Ice Cream recalled its 1-pint containers of Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip ice cream that contains peanut butter that’s associated with the September 2012 Sunland recall. The peanut butter that’s used in this product might be contaminated with salmonella.
The recalled product has been distributed in grocery stores nationwide since March 2011.
The recall includes 1-pint containers of Clemmy’s Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip ice cream that have UPC 894509002319 and a date-code range of 11038 to 12215. The five-digit production-code date is printed on the bottom of the container. The first production code, 11038, corresponds to 02/07/2011, and the most recent production code, 12215, corresponds to 08/02/2012. The product carries a 2-year “best by” date in the MM/YY format; the expiration-date range would be: BB 02/13–BB 08/14.
No other Clemmy’s flavors are affected by this recall. No illnesses have been reported.
Consumers should discard the product and may call Clemmy’s Ice Cream at 877/253-6698 Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m. PT.