(WIAT) — The Turkey Hill brand is recalling some of its ice cream after it was mislabeled. The recall affects some 48-ounce containers whose side label reads “Dutch Chocolate,” but the packages actually contain the rocky road flavor that can trigger some food allergies.
All of the recalled ice cream have a correct lid, but the containers are mislabeled. The rocky road flavor contains eggs and almonds.
Turkey Hill says that consumers who are not allergic to those two ingredients don’t need to be concerned.
If you have already bought the recalled ice cream, the company says you can take it back it to the store for a refund.