Tennessee-based Jersey Ridge Dairy announces recall of Cruze Farm Girl Vanilla Ice Cream due to improper pasteurization

NASHVILLE, Tennessee , April 10, 2014 (press release) – The Tennessee Department of Agriculture in cooperation with Jersey Ridge Dairy of Knoxville, Tenn., is announcing a recall of Cruze Farm Girl Vanilla Ice Cream.

As a precaution, the company is voluntarily recalling the product because of improper pasteurization. The problem was discovered through TDA's routine review of records at the dairy. The product is believed to have been produced on March 7 and distributed to several stores in the Knoxville area, but all product has since been removed from shelves.

Product Description

Vanilla Ice Cream

1 pint (16oz.) plastic containers

Red Label with "Cruze Farm Girl" printed on it

Flavor "Vanilla" handwritten on product

"PRODUCED AT PLANT 47-245" printed on product

No code date

Consumers who have bought this product should not consume it, but return it to the point of purchase for a full refund or replacement. Improperly pasteurized dairy products may contain harmful bacteria and therefore should not be consumed. No illnesses have been associated with the use of the recalled product at this time.

Anyone with questions can contact Cruze Dairy at (865) 363-0631.

For further information please visit: https://www.news.tn.gov.

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