The Ice Cream House voluntarily recalls all dairy ice cream products and non-dairy (Parve) frozen dessert products because of potential contamination with Listeria monocytogenes. 

The recalled products were sold at the Ice Cream House in Brooklyn, NY, and through retail supermarkets in New York, New Jersey, and Ohio, according to

Continue Reading Ice cream company recalls dozens of products because of Listeria contamination.

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

Continue Reading Federal and state officials confirm specific brand of ice cream matches outbreak patients

The Food and Drug Administration has closed an investigation into an outbreak of infections from E. Coli O26 without having found the source of the pathogen.

The agency reports that the outbreak has ended with 13 patients having been identified. The FDA did not reveal any patient information, such as

Continue Reading Two outbreak investigations closed without source identified; one continues

Ultimate Imports is recalling “Soft Serve on the Go” brand frozen dessert cups because of possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination.

A recall in the United States triggered this recall. The U.S. recall resulted from an individual becoming ill and reporting to have eaten this product. Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture tested samples

Continue Reading Frozen dessert cups recalled in Canada over Listeria after sickening consumers in the U.S.