Product LiabilityHas There Been a Blue Bell Ice Cream Recall?

Do you enjoy Blue Bell ice cream products? The Brenham-based company is the maker of some of the most popular dairy treats in Texas, but it is now facing criticism due to a recall resulting in alleged foodborne illnesses. Photo of Texas sign

According to the New York Daily News, five people in Kansas have developed listeriosis after eating Blue Bell products. Of the five who became ill, three people eventually died. According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, a bacterium was found in samples of the following Blue Bell items:

  • Blue Bell Chocolate Chip Country Cookies
  • Great Divide Bars
  • Sour Pop Green Apple Bars
  • Cotton Candy Bars
  • Scoops
  • Vanilla Stick Slices
  • Almond Bars
  • No Sugar Added Moo Bars

The Daily News reported that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that the five people who became sick after eating products were receiving treatment for health issues at a hospital before developing symptoms.

If you click on the source link below, you can view the FDA release about the recall.

Having a Product Claim Investigated by an Attorney

Remember, if you become ill after ingesting a tainted product, it may be in your best interest to speak to an attorney. You may be able to file a product liability claim against the manufacturer or retail store where the product was purchased.

Any manufacturer that releases a product that is ingested by the public should make sure its safety is outstanding. By filing a lawsuit against a manufacturer over a defective product, you can make sure that it is held liable

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