Two ice cream makers issued product recalls in the last week. On Feb. 4, the processing arm of Texas grocer H-E-B issued a voluntary recall for its H-E-B Creamy Creations Caramel Pecan Turtle Ice Cream due to the possible presence of wood pieces in the product. There have been no reports of illness, according the company.

The voluntary recall impacts H-E-B Creamy Creations Caramel Pecan Turtle Ice Cream with the UPC 0 4122051877 7 and sell-by dates of 20 APR(APR)16, 10 MAY(MAY)16, 07 JUN(JUN)16 and 18 JUL(JUL)16.

See more about the H-E-B ice cream recall on the FDA’s website.

Pecan pieces found in some Purple Cow cookie butter ice cream

House of Flavors, Inc. on Jan. 27 voluntarily recalled a small batch of 8 oz. cups of Purple Cow Limited Edition Cookie Butter Ice Cream, sold at Meijer stores, that contain butter pecan ice cream. The cookie cup cups has a butter pecan lid.

Consumers who may have a severe allergy or sensitivity to nuts run the risk of potentially life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product. For consumers who are not allergic to nuts, there is no safety issue with this product. To date, there has been one complaint and no illnesses reported related to the recalled product.
The affected product has the UPC Code 13733 61945 and is marked Best By November 21, 2016. The product was sold at Meijer stores in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin.

See more about the House of Flavors recall on the FDA’s website.