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Ice Cream Recalled

Ice Cream Recalled

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INDUSTRY, Calif. (AP) -- Mislabeled quart containers of Baskin-Robbins brand ice cream in Utah and other states were voluntarily recalled after Alta-Dena Certified Dairy found they contained undeclared eggs.

The containers hold cookie dough dessert, which contains eggs that are not listed as an ingredient on the label of the container.

But the ice cream is packaged in a two-piece quart container with two different labels. The lid identifies it as "Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Ice Cream," while the container identifies the product as "OREO Cookies 'n Cream Ice Cream."

Some people with allergies to eggs could become seriously ill if they eat the ice cream, but no illness nor allergic reactions have been reported,

About 15 thousand units of the recalled ice cream containers may have been sold between September ninth through September 29th at Baskin-Robbins retail stores in California, Arizona, Alaska, Nevada and Utah.

(Copyright 2004 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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