Southwest Ice Cream Specialties has recalled certain ShurFine Brand Creamery Select Premium Ice cream products due to undeclared allergens.
The ice cream recalled by Southwest Ice Cream Specialties includes only Dulce de Leche. This ice cream package may actually contain Praline Pecan Ice Cream, which would contain wheat, soy and pecans, all of which are allergens.
The ice cream is sold in 1.66 liter containers referred to as scrounds. Please note the photo included for details. The Best By date on the recalled ice cream is November 8, 2014. The UPC on the container is 015400224840.
ShurFine is a name many ice cream purchasers may recognize as a brand that is sold in their local grocery stores. At the time of the announcement, it was stated the product should only be in Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Texas.
Those with the recalled ShurFine ice cream wanting to make a return may do so by removing the contents and returning just the package to the place of purchase. Anyone with the recalled ice cream who is not allergic to the undeclared allergens should be safe eating the Praline Pecan Ice Cream mislabeled as Dulce de Leche.
Consumers with questions about the recalled ShurFine ice cream may contact someone at Southwest Ice Cream Specialties at 800-587-2259 Monday through Friday from 8 am until 5 pm, Central Time.
The recalled ShurFine ice cream products are produced in McKinney, Texas by Southwest Ice Cream Specialties. There have been no reports of reactions to the undeclared allergens at the time of the report.
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