Ice cream with cake batter is recalled
Cold Stone Creamery is recalling its ice-cream products containing cake batter after reports of illness in four states, including Washington...
Cold Stone Creamery is recalling its ice-cream products containing cake batter after reports of illness in four states, including Washington.
The company, headquartered in Scottsdale, Ariz., and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said the cake-batter products may be associated with outbreaks of salmonella.
The FDA had reports of 14 people becoming ill. Company spokeswoman Anne Christenson said all the people whose illness had been reported to the company were recovering. Illness also was reported in Oregon, Minnesota and Ohio.
In Washington, the Department of Health said one teenage girl was hospitalized in Snohomish County during the outbreak, which started in late May. Four others were sickened: a preteen girl in Snohomish County, two women in King and Spokane counties and a man in Whatcom County. All have recovered, said Donn Moyer, a Health Department spokesman.
Cold Stone said it is removing products with cake batter from its stores nationwide and is offering a refund to consumers who have the products.
Seattle Times staff reporter Warren King contributed to this report.
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