H-E-B Stores Recalling Ice Cream Sold in Texas and Mexico

H-E-B Stores Recalling Ice Cream Sold in Texas and Mexico
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Texas-based grocery chain H-E-B has announced a voluntary recall of some of its ice cream products because they may contain bits of metal.

The company announced on its website that certain sizes and flavors of EconoMax and Hill Country Fare ice creams and Creamy Creations sherbets sold in Texas and Mexico were affected.

The website announcement includes a complete list of the container sizes and flavors which might be affected.

According to H-E-B some of the processing machinery might have broken, with pieces ending up in the ice cream.

H-E-B ice cream (not the recalled varieties) (flickr.com)
H-E-B ice cream (not the recalled varieties) (flickr.com)

The company is collecting any unsold products from its stores. Customers who had purchased any of the affected products can return the unused portion for a full refund.

So far no injuries have been reported.

H-E-B advises customers with questions to call H‑E‑B Customer Service at 1‑855‑432‑4438 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Central Standard Time.      

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