One week after Trader Joe's tamales were recalled for unlisted milk, the FDA issued another undeclared allergen notice.
Eggs in ice cream cartons are unlisted this time: Weis Markets recalled all 48-ounce Weis Quality Brownie Moose Tracks Ice Cream on August 31.
The contaminated goods may harm different ages. Eggs are a major cause of food allergies in children but seldom in adults.
Hives, facial reddening, and skin changes can indicate an unpleasant reaction in youngsters. Adults may wheeze, sneeze, and enlarge lips and eyes.
The news announcement just lists Brownie Moose Tracks, however the recall is extensive: The recall includes all containers at all locations, regardless of lot number or sell-by date.
Return Weis ice cream with a UPC of 041497-01194 to the store for a free refund.
The FDA originally recalled Weis ice cream in January 2021, recalling over 10,000 cartons from all Weis Markets shops due to probable metal particles.
The FDA said Weis recalled all 11,371 ice cream goods packaged on October 28, 2020, due to the equipment issue.
Last November, the Mid-Atlantic grocery chain recalled over 100 containers of its Premium Sea Salt and Caramel Ripple Ice Cream due to a packaging issue that failed to disclose soy and coconut.
The recall was mercifully limited to 108 easily identifiable containers, even though all 197 outlets sold the ice cream. No illnesses have been recorded from any Weis ice cream mislabel.