Ice Cream Recall Expands To West Virginia, Kentucky

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - Pierre's Ice Cream Co. is expanding a
recall to West Virginia and Kentucky.

The Cleveland, Ohio-based company said Thursday that 56-ounce
packages of its Homestyle Brand of Dutch chocolate ice cream may
contain peanut butter cups, which aren't listed as an ingredient.

People with peanut allergies or severe sensitivity could develop
life-threatening health problems if they eat the ice cream, though
Pierre's says no illnesses have been reported.

Pierre's says the ice cream was distributed in West Virginia,
Kentucky, Ohio, Michigan, western Pennsylvania and Indiana. The
containers have the code 07320 printed on the rim of the lid.

Pierre's says consumers should discard the ice cream and return
the lid for a refund. Consumers with questions can call

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