May 09, 2017 01:33 AM EDT
People who will eat some Ben & Jerry's Chocolate Fudge Brownie Pint Slices during a movie night at home or a reward to a long hard day might want to put the famous ice cream down first. The company is recalling all of its Fudge Brownie Pint Slices as it may have the wrong treats inside.
In an article published by Fox News, Ben & Jerry's parent company, Unilever, announced that the recall was issued after a customer said that they got the wrong type of ice cream they ordered. Once they opened a box of Ben & Jerry's Chocolate Fudge Brownie Pint Slices, they found Vanilla Peanut Butter Cups Pint Slices instead.
The slices were individually were wrapped and identified as Vanilla Peanut Butter Cup Pint Slices. However, the outer packaging did not list that it contains peanut butter, the parent company of Ben & Jerry's has stated.
The affected Ben & Jerry's product boxes contain three individually wrapped ice cream slices with UPC code 076840657940. In a report by THV11, Unilever also announced that these affected boxes also have a "Best By" date of AUG1218LT2 and lot number of AUG1218LT2.
Currently, Unilever has yet to receive any reports of illness from the wrongly packaged Ben & Jerry's ice cream pack. However, they are recalling the product "out of an abundance of caution." In addition to their statement, Unilever said that the wrong Ben & Jerry's product might trigger peanut allergies for people who did not expect the package inside the ice cream.
The parent company of Ben & Jerry's also announced that they are going to offer replacement coupons for people who have purchased the affected product. If one has a purchased boxes of the mentioned products, they may ask to immediately discontinue the use of the product, retain the outer box, and call 877-270-7397 for more inquiries.
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