Ice cream bars recalled nationwide due to possible listeria contamination

Orange cream, chocolate-coated vanilla ice cream bars recalled

This is just two of the many boxes of bars covered under the recall. (Credit: FDA)
This is just two of the many boxes of bars covered under the recall. (Credit: FDA)

An ice cream manufacturer has voluntarily recalled two of its products nationwide. 

Fieldbrook Foods says its orange cream and chocolate-coated vanilla ice cream bars may have listeria contamination.

The affected products were made at the company's Dunkirk, New York plant in 2017. 

It's a widespread recall with products sold at a number of retailers, under a number of names.

The recalled orange cream bars, chocolate-coated vanilla ice cream bars and variety packs that include chocolate-coated vanilla ice cream bars were sold at the following merchants under the indicated brands:

ALDISundae ShoppeSafeway (DC/DE/FL/MD/VA)Lucerne
Amigo(Puerto Rico Only)Great ValueSave-A-LotWorld’s Fair
Bi LoSouthern HomeShawsLucerne
BJ'sWellsley FarmsShopritePolar Express
DemoulasMarket BasketShopriteShoprite
DillonKrogerSmart & FinalFirst Street
Dollar TreeParty TreatSmithsKroger
Econo (Puerto Rico Only)EconoStarLucerne
Food 4 LessKrogerStaterStater
Fred MeyerKrogerStop N ShopAhold symbol
GiantAhold symbolVariousFood Club
Giant EagleGiant EagleVariousStoneridge
HarveysSouthern HomeVariousHagan
King SoopersKrogerVariousHood
MeijerPurple CowWalmart (Puerto Rico Only)Great Value
Price ChopperPICWeisWeis
Price RitePrice RiteWinn DixieWinn Dixie

"Best buy" dates on the ice cream packages are Jan. 1, 2018, to Dec. 31, 2018.

The FDA says no illnesses have been reported. 

Consumers who bought these ice cream bars can return them for a full refund.

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