Beware: This Ice Cream Sold In Massachusetts Stores May Make You Sick
Listeria ice cream? No thanks!
There is a recall for several varieties of contaminated ice cream, specifically pre-packaged soft-serve ice cream. The desserts were sold in 19 states and the District of Columbia, including Massachusetts.
The reason for the recall? They may be contaminated with listeria, the Food and Drug Administration said.
Listeria ice cream is NOT a good flavor.
Two illnesses, both requiring hospitalization, were reported in New York and Pennsylvania. Those people ate Soft Serve On The Go Cups, the FDA said.
What is Listeria?
What kind of ice cream?
The ice cream and sorbet, sold at convenience stores, comes in 8-ounce, cone-shaped clear plastic cups with a spoon attached to the cover.