Popular Ice Cream Brand Van Leeuwen Is Recalling Thousands of Pints

Consumers nationwide are likely stocking their freezers with chilled delights to beat the heat this summer.

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Check the label before eating a pint of Van Leeuwen ice cream if you recently bought it.

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One batch of Brown Sugar Chunk French Ice Cream was voluntarily recalled this week due to an undeclared allergen: walnuts.

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After receiving a customer complaint, Van Leeuwen determined that certain pints of Brown Sugar Chunk Ice Cream

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contained walnuts notwithstanding the packaging. This could be dangerous for walnut allergy sufferers.

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The recall only covers 14-ounce pints of 23P102 ice cream with a best-by date of April 12, 2025.

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The lot number and best by date are on the bottom of the reddish brown pint, where customers may check if it's recalled.

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The recall does not affect other Van Leeuwen ice cream items, including Brown Sugar Chunk pints with different lot numbers and best by dates.

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Customers should return the recalled ice cream to their retailer for a full refund, the company recommended.

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Van Leeuwen is known for making high-butterfat, high-quality ice creams, notwithstanding the recall. The Brooklyn-based firm makes Vanilla Bean

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