GLENDALE, CA -- Nestlé USA, Inc. is voluntarily recalling certain Drumstick ice cream cones due to a possible health risk. The company made the announcement Friday, October 7.
Nestlé says the cones were made in Bakersfield, California but distributed around the country. The company got positive test results for Listeria monocytogenes (LM) from a location on the production line where the products were made. There was no listeria found in the Drumsticks cones themselves, the company said. No illnesses have been reported, but the company recalled the items as a precaution to avoid any illness, it says.
The recall is for two products: the Drumstick Club 16 Count Variety Pack with the UPC code of 72554-11096 and a "Best Before Date" between: June 2 - June 15, 2017; and the 24 count Vanilla Pack with the UPC code of 72554-00160 and "Best Before Date" between: June 16 - June 19, 2017. For full information, click here.
Anyone who bought these products should not eat them, but instead return it to the place you bought it or contact Nestlé Consumer Services for replacement. Please call or text 1-800-681-1676 or emailNestleproductinquiry@casupport.com; representatives are available 24/7. News about this recall also can be found on Nestléusa.com and Drumstick.com.