Do you love eating ice cream, particularly Turkey Hill Ice Cream? If so, beware of a recent recall. Earlier last month, Turkey Hill Dairy recalled a number of its Dutch Chocolate Premium Ice Cream after it was discovered that the package possibly contained Rocky Road Ice Cream instead. It is reported that the cup of the affected packages reads “Dutch Chocolate Premium Ice Cream” and the package lid actually read “Rocky Road Premium Ice Cream.”
Why is this a big deal? Well, the packages with Rocky Road Ice Cream may contain unlisted ingredients such as almonds and eggs. These are two of the major allergens. If a person, who is allergic to these ingredients, consumes these ingredients, he or she may have a serious reaction.
Some of the affected packages were sold in Illinois, so be on the lookout. If you discover that you purchased one of the affected packages, you should either throw it away or return it to the place of purchase for a full refund. Yet, if you are not allergic to almonds or eggs, there is no safety issue in consuming this ice cream.