October 26, 2009: Recall of Dove Caramel Pecan Perfection Ice Cream

Mars Snackfood has issued a recall of one of its flavors of ice cream due to an undeclared ingredient.

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The Dove Caramel Pecan Perfection ice cream may contain peanuts.  The peanuts are not listed on the ingredient label.  Peanuts are a known allergen and may cause severe reactions.  

The product comes in one pint containers.  An image of the product can be seen here:  Product Labels.  The lot number associated with this product is 931AB5YN07.  It was distributed to AL, CO, FL, GA, IA, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA, MI, MN, NC, OH, OR, TX, UT, WA and WI.

For information regarding recent food and drug recalls, please see Peanut Butter Corporation of America RecallHydroxycut Recall, Banquet Pot Pie Recall, and Veggie Booty. 

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