Nestle announced that some of its iconic Drumstick ice cream cone products may be contaminated with Listeria.

It is recalling a variety pack with 16 ice cream cones and a vanilla pack with 24 individually wrapped vanilla ice cream cones. The company was concerned after they found signs of Listeria in products in its production line during a routine test of its equipment at their Bakersfield location.

The club pack has a “best before date between June 2 and June 15, 2017; the 24-pack has dates between June 16 and June 19, 2017. The company says to discard the products if you have them in your freezer, or return it where they were purchased.

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