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How Listeria Can Contaminate Your Ice Cream

Nestlé is recalling several of its iconic Drumstick ice cream cone products because they could be contaminated with Listeria. But exactly how do these bacteria get into ice cream? The recall includes two Nestlé Drumstick products: a “Variety Pack” with 16 ice cream cones, and a “Vanilla Pack” with 24 individually wrapped vanilla ice cream cones. The cones in the Vanilla Pack are meant to be sold individually at convenience stores, such as 7-Eleven, and other places, Nestlé said on its website.
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