The CDC has declared that an outbreak of Listeria monocytogenes infections traced to ice cream products has ended.

The Centers first reported the outbreak for Disease Control and Prevention on Aug. 10. It affected people in Pennsylvania and New York. 

“This outbreak appears to be over; however, consumers should check

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The Food and Drug Administration has confirmed that “On the Go” ice cream cups are behind foodborne illnesses.

The ice cream, made by Real Kosher Ice Cream of Brooklyn, NY, has been found to be contaminated with the same strain of Listeria monocytogenes as that found in samples from two

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Real Kosher Ice Cream of Brooklyn, NY, is recalling soft serve On The Go ice cream and sorbet cups, because of potential Listeria monocytogenes contamination.

The recall is the result of an individual becoming ill and reporting to have eaten this product. Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture tested samples of product

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