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Cass-Clay Ice Cream Recall Freezes Distribution

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Cass-Clay Ice Cream Recall Freezes Distribution

A Fargo North Dakota company recently recalled its half-gallon and quart containers of ice cream because they may contain eggs that weren't listed on the label.

Cass-Clay Creamery's voluntary recall included its Hornbacher's Peppermint Bon Bon Light ice cream, its Schroeder Peppermint Bon Bon ice cream and its SunnyBrook Peppermint Bon Bon Light ice cream.

According to the manufacturer, the ice creams were recalled because some of the flavoring contained egg whites - an ingredient that was not listed on the products' labels. The company said most of the recalled products are no longer in distribution, but some people might have them at home. The ice cream was distributed to Minnesota, Iowa, North Dakota and Wisconsin.

There have been no incidents reported as a result of the mistake. Consumers who bought these products can return the ice cream to their place of purchase to receive a refund.

According to the Minnesota Department of Agriculture, people allergic to eggs were at risk of suffering a severe reaction as a result of the mislabeled products, The Associated Press reported.