By warning the public of the possibly harmful effects on people's health, one well-known grocery store works to ensure that one sort of ice cream it offers is safe.
Due to wheat not being listed as an ingredient, Texas-based H-E-B is voluntarily recalling its half-gallon of Creamy Creations Light Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream.
Although there haven't been any reports of reactions to date, some people develop severe allergies. Consuming wheat-containing items could have fatal repercussions for them.
The ice cream has a UPC of 4122048399, is served in a half-gallon amount, and has a best by date of January 6, 2023. It was available at all H-E-B locations as well as Mi Tienda stores in Texas.
While the signs and symptoms of a wheat allergy can differ from person to person, the majority include hives or a rash, nausea, or other digestive problems.
According to the Cleveland Clinic, anaphylaxis, a dangerous reaction that can cause the airways to collapse, can happen in the rare instances where a person is extremely allergic.
Anyone who purchased one of the half gallons of Creamy Creations Light Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream from an H-E-B or Mi Tienda is welcome to return it to the shop where they purchased it for a full refund, or they are welcome to visit the FDA website for more details.
However, ice cream isn't the only grocery store item being recalled at the moment because of hidden allergies.
On July 30, the Food Safety and Inspection Service of the United States Department of Agriculture published a notice stating that over 120,000 pounds of the P.F.
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