Kawartha Dairy Recall

According to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, the Kawartha Dairy announced they are recalling some of their ice cream products due to the possible presence of pieces of metal.

The recalled products include the company’s chocolate chip cookie dough and mint chip ice cream, flavours sold in 1.5-litre and 11.4-litre containers.

BrandProductSizeUPCCodes
Kawartha DairyChocolate Chip Cookie Dough Ice Cream1.5 L0 62229 08950 1PRD/ 03/11/2020 and
PRD/ 04/11/2020
Kawartha DairyChoc. Chip Cookie Dough Ice Cream11.4 L0 62229 08150 5PRD: 03/11/2020 and
PRD: 04/11/2020
Kawartha DairyMint Chip Ice Cream1.5 L0 62229 08917 4PRD/ 13/10/2020 and
PRD/ 14/10/2020
Kawartha DairyMint Chip Ice Cream11.4 L0 62229 08117 8PRD: 13/10/2020 and
PRD: 14/10/2020

People who purchased these products should throw them out or return them to where they were purchased.

The company, which is based out of Bobcaygeon, Ont., triggered the recall. This is another one that is being investigated in case there are other recalls required.

Information from inspection.gc.ca

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