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This week in the recall round-up gallery the reasons behind food withdrawals takes us to USA, Canada, Germany, Australia and New Zealand, Belgium and Greece.
14 February - USA: Ice Cream Specialties is recalling Dairy Rich Chocolate Ice Cream because it may contain peanut butter, which contains a peanut allergen.
Dairy Rich Chocolate Ice Cream was distributed in Northwest Indiana, Northeast Illinois and Deer Park, New York and it reached consumers through grocery stores and other retail food outlets.
It was initiated after some Dairy Rich Chocolate Peanut Butter Ice Cream were found to have been mistakenly packaged in Dairy Rich Chocolate Ice Cream cartons.
The affected product is packaged in 56-ounce paper cartons with the Dairy Rich graphic logo and a picture of a chocolate ice cream scoop on the front and back panels.
The recall is limited to packages of Dairy Rich Chocolate Ice Cream bearing the Best Used by Date 14 June 2015 and UPC 0-71580-08103-1.
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