NEWARK, Del. (CBS) — A University of Delaware ice cream shop is issuing a food safety advisory for a number of its products. UDairy Creamery advises that anyone who has purchased the affected products should dispose of them immediately due to a possible ingredient quality issue.
The ice cream products were sold at the South College Avenue store in Newark between July 14 and July 24.
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Products include pints and half gallons of ice cream with the lot codes below:
- Delaware River Mud Pie: Lot #220714
- Caramel Tona : Lot #220717
- Sleepless Night: Lot #220718
- Mint Chocolate Chips: Lot #220718
- Cookies and Cream: Lot #220719
- Cookie Dough Dynamite: Lot #220719
- Vanilla: Batch #220720
- Cherry Blissful Bing: Lot#220719
- Buttered Pecans: Lot #220721
- Cocoa Peanut Loco: Lot #220722
- Raspberry Cheesecake: Lot #220722
- Mint Cookies: Lot #220722
Batch codes are visible next to the container barcode.
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UDairy Creamery says no injuries or illnesses have been reported.
“We continue to monitor the situation and may post further updates as needed,” the ice cream shop wrote on Facebook. “As always, the health and safety of our customers remains our first priority. We apologize for any inconvenience.”
Refunds are available. Anyone who has purchased any of these items can contact the creamery at [email protected] or 302-831-0999.
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UDairy Creamery’s flagship location in Newark will be temporarily closed.