A pint of ice cream from the freezer can fix almost any problem. When you need a treat, the frozen treat can be decadent. However, the FDA advises against eating one type of ice cream due to safety concerns. This frozen dessert may be dangerous.
MDVA recalled pints of Howling Cow Butter Almond Ice Cream on December 11, according to the FDA
On the bottom of the affected products is a "sell by" date of Sept. 15, 2022. They have UPC 0 74336 65079 6.
Safety regulations have changed food labelling. The Food Allergy Safety, Treatment, Education, and Research (FASTER) Act,
Ice cream with undeclared soy and wheat recalled. The MDVA announced that consumers reported that some Howling Cow Butter Almond ice cream containers contained cookie dough.
Howling Cow Butter Almond Ice Cream Was Over-Produced.The recalled ice cream was sold in supermarkets in North and South Carolina.
8,040 pints of Howling Cow Butter Almond ice cream were produced on September 15 this year before being distributed to retailers on September 24. North and South Carolina.
The MDVA advises ice cream buyers not to eat it. They should discard it or return it to the store for a full refund. Call 1-800-552-1976 for product recall questions. Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.