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Nestlé recalls drumstick ice cream treats because of listeria

from Food Safety News

Nestlé USA Inc. has launched a nationwide recall of an undisclosed volume of ice cream Drumstick cones that were "inadvertently" distributed after the company found listeria monocytogenes in its Bakersfield, California, production plant. "There have been no positive test results for listeria monocytogenes present in the Drumstick cones themselves," according to the Nestlé recall posed on the Food and Drug Administration website.

Editor's note: AFFI continues to implement its Listeria monocytogenes (Lm) Strategy. AFFI staff ensures the Lm strategy is responsive to emerging developments and remains proactive and protective of its members. AFFI has also prepared several resources to assist members in their efforts to understand federal food safety regulations and current Lm policies and augment manufacturing practices aimed at prevention and control of Lm. more

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