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Kroger Recalls Ice Cream Due to MisLabeling

Kroger Co., the nation’s largest grocery store operator, has recalled its Private Selection Extreme Moose Tracks ice cream due to mislabeling.  The ice cream, which was sold in 10 states, could contain peanuts, but they were not mentioned on the label.  The recall involves 16-ounce pints of the ice cream with a sell-by date of June 18, 2012 and a UPC code of 11110 52909.

The ice cream was sold at Kroger stores in Alabama, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, South Carolina and Tennessee, as well as the company's Jay C, Food 4 Less, Owen's, Pay Less and Scott's stores in Illinois and Indiana.

Consumers should return the product to the grocery store for a refund or replacement.

People with peanut allergies could have a serious or life-threatening reaction if they consume the ice cream, said Kroger in a statement.  For those without a peanut allergy, the ice cream poses no danger.

Peanut allergies are a serious health concern and peanut allergies are the most common cause of food allergy-related deaths, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America.  In fact, according to the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology more than 3 million Americans are allergic to peanuts, tree nuts or both.  Peanut allergies affect 1.2 percent of children, but 20 percent of them outgrow the allergy by age 6.

If your or a loved one has suffered an allergic reaction after consuming the recalled ice cream, you may wish to contact the experienced Illinois product liability attorneys at Steinberg, Goodman & Kalish to learn about a possible personal injury or product liability claim.

Steinberg Goodman & Kalish  (www.sgklawyers.com) is dedicated to protecting victims and their families.  We handle medical malpractice, product liability, personal injury, wrongful death, auto accidents, professional negligence, birth trauma, and railroad law matters. Contact us at (800) 784-0150 or (312) 782-1386.