Tubs of ice-cream recalled over ‘rubber’ contamination fears

An urgent recall has been issued for tubs of cookies and cream ice cream sold at IGA stores across the country.

The 1 litre tubs of Community Co Cookies & Cream Ice Cream have been pulled from freezers over fears they may be contaminated with rubber.

“The recall is due to the potential presence of foreign matter (rubber),” Product Safety Australia said.


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“Food products containing rubber may cause illness/injury if consumed.”

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The recalled ice cream tubs have a best before date of 09 March 2023.

People are being urged not to eat the ice-cream and to return the product to the place of purchase for a full refund.

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