DEC issues recalls for ice cream, baby formula

Posted: Monday, September 27, 2010

The Department of Environmental Conservation has issued press releases on two recalls.

One is by Deluxe Ice Cream, a subsidiary of the Matterhorn Group. It recalled Western family Maple Nut Ice Cream because it may contain peanuts, which are not listed on the label.

The potentially affected ice cream is in 56-fluid-ounce containers stamped with a UPC code of 15400-22808 and "Best By 07-23-11 Plant 41-48" followed by a four-digit time code.

The other recall is from Abbott Laboratories concerning Similac infant formula powder drinks because of their potential to be contaminated by beetles and beetle larvae.

This recall covers formula distributed in plastic containers and in 8 ounces, 12.4 ounces and 12.9 ounce cans.

According to the releases the recalled products have been distributed in Alaska.

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