Drumstick Ice Cream Recall

 Check your freezer.

A popular ice cream treat is being recalled.

Nestle has issued a voluntary recall of its Drumstick ice cream cones.

They may be contaminated with listeria.

The recall includes the 16 count variety pack and the 24 count vanilla pack.

No illnesses have been reported.

According to the company, there were positive test results from a portion of the production line.

So far, no positive tests have come back on the cones.

Listeria is a potentially fatal infection that can cause the most danger in the elderly, newborns, expectant mothers and patients with weakened immune systems.

The Nestlé recall is limited to the Drumstick Club 16 Count Variety Pack and 24 count Vanilla Pack, made at the company’s Bakersfield, Calif. ice cream production facility.

The product identification codes can be found on the back of the packages and on the individually marked vanilla cones from the 24 count pack.

  The two packs being recalled carry distinct UPC codes, as well as a “best before” date and production code.

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