Blue Bell has another recall on its hands. The company, which had a large listeria outbreak in 2015, said select lots of Blue Bell’s Rocky Road pints made in Brenham, Texas, may be mispackaged to contain Cookies ‘n Cream ice cream, which has undeclared allergens soy and wheat. No illnesses have been reported, but Blue Bell acknowledges the allergens may pose a serious or life-threatening reaction to certain people. “The problem was discovered when a Blue Bell employee restocking a retailer observed the incorrect packaging,” the company said in a statement on the FDA website. The recalled product has a Rocky Road pint with a Cookie ‘n Cream Lid and the code number 022918576. The ice cream was sent to retail outlets in Texas and Louisiana. Customers who have one of the mislabeled products may return the ice cream for a refund. Call 979-836-7977 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CST Monday through Friday with questions.
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