Ice cream recall: Velvet recalls ice cream products with Sunland peanut due to Salmonella scare

By on Oct 12, 2012 in Food, Health, Lifestyle, United States Comments

Updated: October 16, 2012 4:50 p.m.

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Velvet Ice Cream of Ohio recently announced a voluntary recall of their some ice cream products with peanut, which was sold to them by Sunland, Inc., the company that announced a peanut butter recall last month due to Salmonella, affecting 76 various products. It was later increased to 101 products.

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According to a report by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on its official website on Thursday, October 11, 2012, Velvet is recalling their ice cream products that are only sold at convenience stores, small, independent retailers and ice cream parlors in Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.

As noted in the report, not all peanut products sold to Velvet Ice Cream are being recalled, noting that only the list of products below, along with their corresponding code numbers, are affected. Potentially affected customers are being strongly advised should return them to the store of purchase and ask for a full refund.

“The wellbeing of Velvet Ice Cream customers and the quality of our products is of the utmost importance to our company,” Velvet Ice Cream President Luconda Dager was quoted in the report. Velvet Ice Cream is a family-owned and operated business that has been in the ice cream making industry for nearly 100 years.

“The moment we heard there were issues with nut products manufactured by Sunland, Inc., we took immediate steps to investigate all peanut products shipped to our company and voluntarily removed any product that may include tainted ingredients.” Dager added, with the report also posted at via pdf file.

Below is the product description of the recalled ice cream products using Sunland peanut, along with the list of affected code numbers, taken from The code number is printed on the bottom of 56oz and pint cartons, label of 3 gallon container, and flap of half-gallon carton.

* Buckeye Classic ice cream (Creamy peanut butter ice cream swirled with thick chocolate fudge and chocolate-covered peanut butter candies) 56oz carton, 3 gallon containers and pints

* Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup ice cream (Chocolate ice cream with peanut butter swirls) half-gallon cartons and 3 gallon containers

> Velvet Supreme Peanut Butter Cup – 1/2 gallon; UPC #70682-10119; code number 10181; manufactured June 30, 2010.

> Velvet Peanut Butter Cup – 3 gallon; UPC #70682-10539; code number 10181; manufactured on June 30, 2010.

> Velvet Buckeye Classic – 56oz; UPC #70682-10038; code number 10193; manufactured July 12, 2010.

> Velvet Buckeye Classic – 3 gallon; UPC #70682-10519; code number 10193; manufactured July 12, 2010.

> Velvet Buckeye Classic – 3 gallon; UPC #70682-10519; code number 12207; manufactured July 25, 2012.

> Velvet Buckeye Classic – 3 gallon; UPC #70682-10519; code number 12227; manufactured Aug. 14, 2012.

> Velvet Buckeye Classic – pints; UPC #70682-10423; code number 12251; manufactured Sept. 7, 2012.

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