Taharka Brothers Ice Cream recalls products due to possible salmonella contamination

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The ice cream includes Jif peanut butter that was recalled previously

Taharka Brothers Ice Cream, of Baltimore, Md., has recalled Peanut Butter Cup ice cream products distributed between 03/01/2022 and 05/28/2022 because they may be contaminated with salmonella. 

The products contain Jif peanut butter, which was recalled back in May due to possible salmonella contamination. The ice cream products were distributed in the Maryland and DC area through grocery stores, scoop shops, restaurants, and via direct-to-consumer delivery. No illnesses or health-related complaints have been reported thus far. 

The products are packaged in16-oz. paper pint containers and 2.5-gallon containers. The 16-oz. container has a barcode on the side that reads 38455-78827. 

What to do

Wholesale customers are advised to remove affected products from circulation, photograph them, and dispose of them. These customers can email duane@taharkabrothers.com with their business name and address with proof of disposal in the form of a photograph to receive a credit to their account. 

Individual consumers are encouraged not to consume any potentially contaminated ice cream and to visit a Taharka Brothers store location for an exchange and refund. Those who are unable to visit a physical location can email taharkacs@gmail.com for further instructions. 

All customers can contact the company by phone at 410-698-2738 Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (EST) for more information.

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