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Nestle recalls Drumstick ice cream cones over Listeria concerns

NEW YORK — Nestle is recalling boxes of Drumstick ice cream cones over Listeria concerns.

The recall that was announced Friday by the Food and Drug Administration will affect Nestle Drumstick Club 16 count Variety Pack and 24 count Vanilla Pack. Traces of  the bacteria Listeria monocytogenes were found on equipment that makes the ice cream treats.

No illnesses have been reported, but Nestle is pulling the item off store shelves as a precaution, the FDA said.

Nestle recalled Drumstick ice cream cones after traces of Listeria were found on equipment that makes the sweet treats. (FDA)

Nestle recalled Drumstick ice cream cones after traces of Listeria were found on equipment that makes the sweet treats. (FDA)

The two packs have specific UPC codes, "best before" dates and production codes. You can find them on the FDA website.

Consumers should return any packs that falls within the recall to get a replacement.