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Van Leeuwen Ice Cream has recalled more than 2,000 pints of ice cream after learning the product may contain undeclared tree nuts, the company announced Tuesday.
The recall effects 2,185 frozen 14-ounce pints of its non-dairy frozen dessert product "Oat Milk Brown Sugar Chunk," which are distributed nationally in retail stores, the Brooklyn, N.Y.-based ice cream makers said in a written announcement on the FDA's website.
MORE THAN HALF A MILLION POUNDS OF PRECOOKED CHICKEN RECALLED
"The recall was voluntarily initiated after it was discovered due to a customer complaint, who experienced a reaction, that the lot contains the undeclared tree nuts and was distributed in packaging that did not reveal the presence of the allergen," the company said.