CONESTOGA, Penn. — Turkey Hill is recalling ice cream because the cartons are mislabeled — not only giving customers the wrong flavor, but also failing to let them know of the allergens contained in the frozen treat, the company said.
The Conestoga, Pennsylvania-based dairy says some of its 48-ounce containers of Dutch Chocolate Premium Ice Cream actually contain Rocky Road Premium Ice Cream instead.
Rocky Road contains almond and egg ingredients that could pose problems for people with allergies.
The dairy is recalling all packages of Dutch Chocolate ice cream that have Rocky Road lids and a sell-by date of May 23, 2017.
The dairy has told stores to pull the ice cream from their shelves. There have been no reports of illness.
The ice cream is sold in 25 states in New England, the Mid-Atlantic, the Southeast and the Midwest.