Listeria Outbreak Prompts Real Kosher Brand Soft Serve On The Go Ice Cream Recall

A Listeria outbreak that includes at least two people has prompted the recall of Soft Serve On The Go ice cream and sorbet cups sold at Giant, ShopRite, and other stores. Consumers who have these products in their freezers should not eat them as Listeria can cause severe illness and death. Among pregnant women, Listeria can cause miscarriages and stillbirths.

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Soft Serve on the Go Listeria Recall

Klein’s Real Kosher Ice Cream of Brooklyn issued the recall on August 9 and has ceased production and distribution. The recalled products are packaged in 8 fl oz., clear plastic, covered cups with a spoon attached. The recall includes all products made through 8/4/23.

  • Soft Serve on the go Vanilla Chocolate,  UPC 0-91404-15129-0
  • Soft Serve on the go Parve Vanilla Chocolate, UPC 0-91404-15113-9
  • Soft Serve on the go Razzle,  UPC 0-91404-15133-7
  • Soft Serve on the go Caramel,  UPC 0-91404-15131-3
  • Soft Serve on the go Sorbet Strawberry Mango, UPC0-91404-15128-3
  • Soft Serve Lite Peanut Butter,  UPC0-91404-15285-3

According to the CDC, the recalled products were distributed to:

  • Grocery stores
  • Convenience stores
  • Canteens
  • Long-Term Care Facilities
  • Nursing homes
  • Schools
  • Camps

In the following states:

  • California
  • Colorado
  • Connecticut
  • Washington, D.C.
  • Delaware
  • Florida
  • Illinois
  • Massachusetts
  • Maryland
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • North Carolina
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • Ohio
  • Oregon
  • Pennsylvania
  • Virginia
  • West Virginia
States where Soft Serve on the Go ice cream cups recalled for Listeria were sold.

The products were also shipped internationally to: Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, and the United Kingdom

Soft Serve On The Go Listeria Outbreak

The Listeria outbreak includes one illness in Pennsylvania and another in New York. Both patients were hospitalized. The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture tested samples of the ice cream and one of them was positive for Listeria.

Symptoms of a Listeria Infection

Symptoms of a Listeria infection usually develop within 24 hours of exposure but can sometimes take as long as 70 days to appear. They include severe headache, high fever, stiff neck, other muscle stiffness, gastrointestinal symptoms, confusion, and loss of balance. Pregnant women can suffer miscarriages or stillbirths even if they only experience mild symptoms.

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What Should I Do If I Think I Got Listeria From Tainted Ice Cream?

  1. Seek medical attention. Ask your provider to order a laboratory test for Listeria.
  2. Contact your local health department to find out if your illness is part of a Listeria outbreak.
  3. Contact an experienced Listeria food poisoning attorney.

Contact an Experienced Listeria Attorney

The Listeria attorneys at Pritzker Hageman law firm have represented clients in every major Listeria outbreak in the U.S. Our legal team has won hundreds of millions of dollars for our clients, including some of the largest recoveries in history. If you would like a free consultation with a Listeria attorney, please call 1-888-377-8900, text 612-261-0856, or fill out the form below.

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