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Ben & Jerry’s ice cream recalled for allergen advisory

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Pints of Ben & Jerry’s Chocolate Nougat Crunch-flavored ice cream have been recalled after an allergen advisory was not placed on the packing warning that the ice cream was made with equipment that also processes peanuts and tree nuts.

The recall only applies to pint sizes of the Chocolate Nougat Crunch flavor. At this time, no illnesses or reactions have been reported. People who are allergic to nuts could have serious and life-threatening reactions if the product is consumed.

People who have purchased the product are urged to throw away the ice cream, clean the container, and then cut out UPC code printed on the outside. They can then call Ben & Jerry’s for a free replacement coupon.

If you or someone you love has gone into anaphylactic shock due to someone else’s negligence, such as allowing misleading or incorrect food product labeling, contact the anaphylactic shock lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. by calling 800-242-2874.