Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams of Ohio, the second ice cream company to do so, has recalled all of its products after health officials found listeria in a sample of its frozen treats. Jeni’s said on its website that it recalled its frozen products after the listeria discovery. The action follows a similar recall by Blue Bell Creameries.
These two recalls are uncommon. Listeria isn’t usually found in ice cream, since the bacteria can’t grow at freezing temperatures. A spokesman for the Food and Drug Administration said the agency has no evidence, for now, that the listeria found in Jeni’s ice cream and the listeria found in Blue Bell ice cream are connected.
Jeni’s said the recalled ice cream was distributed in the United States to retail outlets, including food service and grocery stores, as well as online at jenis.com. The recall includes all products bearing the brand name “Jeni’s.”
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