Recall alert: Weight Watchers Smart Ones frozen desserts


A popular third party supplier of cookie dough is finding itself at the center of another recall because of possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination.

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Aspen Hills behind the Weight Watchers Smart Ones recall

According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), this recall involves four packs of Weight Watchers Smart Ones Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Sundae frozen desserts, which contain pieces of cookie dough that tested positive for listeria.

The cookie dough was sourced from Aspen Hills, a company also tied to a recent recall of both Blue Bell ice cream and Publix store brand ice cream.

This time around, Smart Ones Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Sundae packages with the following UPC codes are involved in the recall:

Individual Package Lot Code Best if Used by Date
MS5M01A 12/28/2016
MS5M07A 12/28/2016
MS5M08A 12/28/2016
MS6A18A 01/28/2017
MS6A19A 01/28/2017
MS6A20A 01/28/2017
MS6B15A 02/28/2017
MS6B16A 02/28/2017
MS6B17A 02/28/2017
MS6C28A 03/28/2017
MS6C29A 03/28/2017
MS6C30A 03/28/2017
MS6E10A 05/28/2017
MS6F27A 06/28/2017
MS6F28A 06/28/2017
MS6F29A 06/28/2017
MS6G28A 07/28/2017
MS6G25 07/28/2017
MS6G26 07/28/2017
MS6G27 07/28/2017

The FDA reports 100,000 cases of the product were shipped to stores. If you have any of these in your freezer, return it to the store for a full refund!

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