Wheat, Soy, & Pecan Allergy Alert

January 7, 2013

Southwest Ice Cream Specialties is voluntarily recalling ShurFine Brand “Creamery Select (Premium Ice Cream) Dulce de Leche” Ice Cream (1.75 quarts, 1.66L) because it may contain praline pecan ice cream, which contains wheat, soy, and pecans. The product is packed with a ShurFine Praline Pecan lid, but bears the Dulce de Leche product labeling on the carton. While no ShurFine product has been linked to any illness related to allergens at this time, Southwest Ice Cream Specialties is taking this precautionary measure because the ice cream inside the carton contains pecans, soy and wheat that are not declared on the packaging.

To date, no complaints or reactions have been reported. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to pecans, soy and/or wheat run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product.

This product is produced by the Southwest Ice Cream Specialties processing facility in McKinney, Texas, and is sold at various retail outlets under the ShurFine brand name.

  • Size: 1.75 quarts (1.66L) “scround” container
  • Name: ShurFine “Creamery Select” Premium Ice Cream
  • Flavor: Dulce de Leche carton with incorrect product and “ShurFine Praline Pecan” lid
  • UPC Number: 015400224840
  • Date: Best by NOV 8, 2014
  • Plant Code: 48-3202-F

The affected product has a “Best By” date of November 8, 2014, and was sold by retailers in Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Texas. The carton carries the above referenced Universal Product Code (UPC) and plant code 48-3202-F.

Consumers who purchased the product may discard it and return the product package to the place of purchase for a full refund or exchange. Consumers with questions can contact the Southwest Ice Cream Specialties at 1-800-587-2259 between 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Central Time, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.

Source: FAAN

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