UTICA, OH -- Ohio-based Velvet Ice Cream is voluntarily recalling some of its products after being notified that some of the peanut products supplied to the company may be contaminated with salmonella.
The peanut products manufactured by Sunland are used to make Velvet's peanut-butter flavored ice creams.
The recalled products are only sold at convenience stores, small retailers and ice cream parlors in Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia.
The following products with specific code numbers are covered under the recall:
- Velvet Supreme Peanut Butter Cup - 1/2 gallon UPC #70682-10119 10181 6/30/2010
- Velvet Peanut Butter Cup - 3 gallon UPC #70682-10539 10181 6/30/2010
- Velvet Buckeye Classic - 56oz UPC #70682-10038 10193 7/12/2010
- Velvet Buckeye Classic - 3 gallon UPC #70682-10519 10193 7/12/2010
- Velvet Buckeye Classic - 3 gallon UPC #70682-10519 12207 7/25/2012
- Velvet Buckeye Classic - 3 gallon UPC #70682-10519 12227 8/14/2012
- Velvet Buckeye Classic - pints UPC #70682-10423 12251 9/07/2012
The Code number can be found 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
Customers who have purchased affected products can return them to the store of purchase for a full refund.