Ice Cream Sandwiches Have Been Recalled Due to Metal Concerns

Ice Cream Sandwiches Have Been Recalled Due to Metal Concerns

The products were sold in Canada, in select provinces.

Ice cream sandwiches could be your downfall, which would be a tragic way to end the summer, since it’s been so nice. So, if you live north of the border- yes, that one- read on.

Earlier this July, the Canadian dairy co-operative Agropur announced a voluntary recall of its ice cream sandwich treats. The company is concerned that fine metal particles may have made their way into their products.

The recall involves Iceberg brand 190 mL ice cream sandwiches sold in boxes of 8, as well as Originale Augustin brand 190 mL ice cream sandwiches sold in boxes of 30.

In case you’re wondering, Agropur is the force behind the popular Natrel milk brand. The cooperative has been in operation since the 1930s in Quebec, and is a leader in the Canadian dairy industry.

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The co-op is connected with about 3,290 dairy farmers in Canada, and has substantial annual sales.

Thankfully, to date no one has reported falling ill or injured due to consuming the recalled ice cream sandwiches it has on its hands. Consumers have just been enjoying a crunchier afternoon snack, and calling it a day.

The recalled products were sold in the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec, and the Atlantic provinces.

Have some creamy delights in your freezer?

Consumers can call Agropur’s Consumer Service toll-free at 1 800-501-1150 for more information. You can return the product to the store of purchase for a full refund.

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