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Nestlé Drumstick ice cream recalled because of you-know-what

Adriana Velez is Food Editor for SheKnows. She spent her formative years in Brooklyn, which pretty much explains everything about her. She now lives somewhere else and has discovered life after kale and kombucha. She's written for Civil ...

Listeria strikes again — this time for a cult-favorite ice cream treat

No drumstick ice cream treats for us, at least in the near future. Nestlé has recalled its Drumstick ice cream after traces of listeria were found where the product is made. The affected products include the 16-count variety pack and the 24-count vanilla pack. No illnesses have been reported yet.

The ice cream was shipped nationally. For product codes and more information see the FDA's recall notice.

More: How not to get listeria, the bacteria that means business

If you happen to have this ice cream, do not eat it. Throw it out or return it to the store where you purchased it. For more information, contact Nestlé consumer services at 800-681-1676 or email

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