Agave Dream Ice Creams Recalled

Posted on November 12, 2016 by

0


Agave Dream of Palos Verdes Peninsula, CA is recalling all vanilla, chocolate, cappuccino, chocolate chip and lavender ice creams packaged in pint sized containers, because it has the potential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes 

Product was distributed across the United States through retail stores receiving product from KeHE Romeoville & Dallas warehouses, DPI NW, Americold Los Angeles & Modesto warehouses, IWI Franklin Indiana warehouse, Jakes Finer Foods Houston Texas, Haddon House Richburg South Carolina & Medford New Jersey, Grocery Outlet- CA, UNFI- Auburn Washington & Ridgefield Washington.

All of the recalled products were manufactured and packaged in a facility owned by a contract manufacturer, Dr. Bob’s of Upland, LLC. Recalled products are Agave Dream ice creams packed in pints with “best buy” date located at the bottom of the pint.

The following flavors and “Best By” dates are being recalled:

Flavor UPC Dates
Vanilla 8 9934900201 7 7/4/17, 9/8/17,10/9/17, 12/12/17, 1/14/18
Chocolate 8 9934900202 4 7/4/17, 8/5/17, 9/8/17, 10/9/17, 12/12/17, 12/24/17
Cappuccino 8 9934900204 8 7/4/17, 9/8/17, 12/2/17, 1/14/18
Chocolate Chip 8 9934900203 1 8/5/17, 12/12/17
Lavender 8 9934900206 2 12/2/17

No illnesses have been reported to date.

Consumers who have purchased the identified Agave Dream ice cream products are urged to return it to the place of purchase for a full refund. Consumers with questions may contact the company at 866-993-4438 or agavedream@sbcglobal.net. Monday-Friday, 9am PST-5pm PST.

Product Photos

  • Label, Agave Dream Vanilla Ice Cream
  • Label, Agave Dream Chocolate Ice Cream
  • Label, Agave Dream Chocolate Chip Ice Cream
  • Label, Agave Dream Cappuccino Ice Cream
  • Label, Agave Dream Lavendar Ice Cream

© 2016 US Food Safety Corporation. No copyright claim is made for portions of this blog and linked items that are works of the United States Government, state governments or third parties.

Posted in: Family safety