- Lunchables

Kraft Heinz recalled 959 pounds of ready-to-eat Lunchables Ham and American Cracker Stackers Sunday due to misbranding and undeclared allergens.

Items involved in the recall are as follows:

- 3.4-oz. boxes containing four-compartment plastic trays of “Lunchables Ham and American Cracker Stackers,” with a “USE BY” date of 25 DEC 2016 and production times ranging from 9:13 to 10:00 stamped on the side of the plastic container.
- The products subject to recall bear establishment number “EST. 537K” inside the USDA mark of inspection.
- The problem was discovered Oct. 6, 2016, when the firm received a consumer complaint. There were no illnesses associated with the complaint.

- Blue Bell Ice Cream & Cookie Dough

According to Blue Bell Ice Cream, some ice cream has been recalled due to listeria concerns in a cookie dough ingredient supplied by a third-party supplier.

Blue Bell Creameries issued a voluntary recall Monday for two flavors of its ice cream due to possible listeria contamination.

According to a company statement Wednesday, the recall covers half-gallons and pint sizes of Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough and Cookie Two Step flavors. The cookie dough ingredient that could be contaminated came from a third-party distributor, according to Blue Bell.

The company said it received no reports of illnesses.

- Drumstick Ice Cream Cones

(Photo: Nestlé)

Nestlé has triggered a voluntary recall Monday of its Drumstick ice cream cones.

The company received positive test results for Listeria from equipment contact surfaces from a location on the production line where these products are made. There have been no positive test results for Listeria present in the Drumstick cones themselves.

The products impacted by the voluntary recall were put into distribution inadvertently.

No illnesses have been reported to date, and the company is initiating this recall as a precautionary action to avoid any potential for consumer illness. The Nestlé recall is limited to the Drumstick Club 16 Count Variety Pack and 24 count Vanilla Pack, made at the company’s Bakersfield, Calif. ice cream production facility.

- Silver Springs Farms Beef products

Silver Springs Farms recalled 7,970 pounds of ground beef, burger products and an undetermined amount of sandwich steak products on Friday that may be adulterated with E. Coli.

According to the U.S. Food Safety Inspection Service, the list of recalled foods includes:

- 20-lb. cases containing 4 packages of 5-lb ground beef 80/20.
- 10-lb. packages of “Camellia Beef Pattie 80/20,” with package codes 6235 and 6242.
- 10-lb. packages of “Silver Springs Farm Beef Pattie 80/20,” with package codes 6242 and 6237.
- 10-lb. packages of “Silver Springs Farm Beef Pattie 80/20 Flat,” with package code 6237.
- 10-lb. packages of “Silver Springs Farm Gourmet Beef Burger Flat,” with package code 6235.
- 10-lb. packages of “Silver Springs Farm Gourmet Beef Burger 80/20,” with package code 6237.
- 10-lb. packages of “Silver Springs Farm Gourmet Beef Pattie 80/20,” with package code 6242.
various sandwich steak products produced by the recalling firm.

Consumers who have purchased these products are urged not to consume them. These products should be thrown away or returned to the place of purchase.

- Tyson Foods Chicken Nuggets

Panko Chicken Nuggets (Photo: FSIS)

Tyson Foods Inc. recalled approximately 132,520 pounds of fully cooked chicken nugget products on September 27 due to the possibility they may be contaminated with hard plastic.

According to the FSIS, the food recalled is in a 5-lb. bag containing “Tyson FULLY COOKED PANKO CHICKEN NUGGETS” with a “Best If Used By” date of July 18, 2017 and case code 2006SDL03 and 2006SDL33.
20-lb. bulk packages containing “SPARE TIME Fully Cooked, Panko Chicken Nuggets, Nugget Shaped Chicken Breast Pattie Fritters With Rib Meat” with a production date of July 18, 2016 and case code 2006SDL03.

The products subject to recall bear establishment number “EST. 13556” printed adjacent to the “Best If Used By” date on the back of the package. The 20-pound cases were shipped for institutional use in Pennsylvania and the five-pound bags were shipped to retail locations nationally.