Stewart’s recalls some ice cream

SARATOGA SPRINGS—Stewart’s Shops of Saratoga Springs, has recalled 19 ice cream items manufactured in its Greenfield facility since May 19. This action is a result of an equipment failure at the plant which may have caused foreign material to get in the ice cream. This recall is a precaution taken by Stewart’s Shops. To date there have been no reports of any objects being found in the ice cream flavors listed below or any injuries associated with this problem, according to a press release from the company.

The following flavors, sizes and product codes may be affected: No Sugar Added, pint , 1136; Cookie Whirled, 3 gallon, 5/17/2011; Mint Chip, half gallon, 1137; Crumbs along the Mohawk, half gallon, 1137; Crumbs along the Mohawk, pint, 1138; Vanilla Chocolate, half gallon, 1138; Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup, half gallon, 1139; Peanut Butter Pandemonium, half gallon, 1139; Rainbow Sherbet, 3 gallon, 5/20/2011; Rainbow Sherbet, half gallon, 5/20/2011; Chocolate Trifecta, half gallon, 1140; Chocolate, half gallon, 1143; Chocolate Marshmallow, half gallon, 1143; Black Cherry, pint, 1144; Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, pint, 1144; Mint Cookie Crumble, 3 gallon, 5/24/2011; Mint Cookie Crumble, half gallon, 1144; Rainbow Sherbet, 3 gallon, 5/25/2011; Rainbow Sherbet, half gallon, 1145.

All of the above flavors were distributed in cartons or boxes bearing Plant #36-3918 directly to Stewart’s Shops in New York and southern Vermont.

Anyone who has one or more of these items with the above mentioned product code, should return it to the shop where it was purchased for a full refund. Consumers with questions can contact Stewart’s Shops Consumer Affairs at (518) 581-1201 X 2130.

 

 

 

 

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