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January 18, 2000

Albertson's Tin Roof Sundae Ice Cream Chocolate Covered Almonds and Chocolate Syrup Recalled

Boise, ID (SafetyAlerts) - The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) today reported that Albertson's, Inc. is recalling certain 1/2 gallon cardboard cartons of Albertson's Tin Roof Sundae Ice Cream Chocolate Covered Almonds and Chocolate Syrup because the product is contaminated with ammonia.

The recalled ice cream can be identified by the code of 40400 16 5. The code should read 40400 16-15. The "1" represents the plant code. However, the plant number digit was left out because that equipment was being repaired.

According to FDA, approximately 3,700 cartons were distributed in Oregon, Washington state, and Idaho.

This Class II recall was initiated by Albertson's by E-mail and by fax on October 22, 1999.  This is the first public notice issued by the FDA.  The FDA considers this recall to be complete.

Questions concerning this recall may be directed to the FDA at 1-888-INFO-FDA.
FDA Recall #F-083-0

 
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