Blue Bell Creameries is recalling some of its Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough and Cookie Two Step ice cream products on potential Listeria contamination. The company has announced this recall as a precautionary measure to contain potential outbreak.
Public Health September 22, 2016
The U.S. Department of Justice is investigating ice cream company Blue Bell Creameries for its handling of a 2015 listeria outbreak. The incident resulted in 10 documented cases of listeriosis that caused three deaths.
Life January 4, 2016
Former Blue Bell employees revealed details about the unsanitary conditions inside the ice cream company’s Texas plant. Factories were shut down due to the listeria outbreak that occurred earlier this year.
Life October 14, 2015
Texas-based Blue Bell Creameries has announced that it will begin test production of its ice cream products at the company's Alabama facility in the next few weeks.
Life July 9, 2015
Blue Bell Creameries of Texas believes that the traces of listeria found in its ice cream products from its Oklahoma facility could likely have originated from a non-sanitary room in the plant. The company, however, was not able to cite the exact source of the contamination found in products from its Texas plant.
Life June 11, 2015
Ice cream manufacturer Blue Bell Creameries of Texas is recalling all of their products produced from March 17 to March 27 after receiving confirmed reports of bacterial contamination in two samples of their chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream product.
Life April 21, 2015