I'm sure we've all been considering having the sweet treat that is ice cream since we've seen a ton of warm weather hit Michigan. There's a great ice cream shop I've honestly been eyeing for about a week or two because of the warmer weather. How can you not be interested in a soft serve when the weather is nice?

After this recall though, I'm feeling a little sour on the whole idea of heading there.

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If that has been the case for you, and you went to the store and bought some of the frozen treat, you may want to check your freezer.

Ice Cream Recall Hitting Michigan

If you recently purchased the Tropicale Foods Helados, Mexico Mini Cream Variety Pack, you may want to go check some of the dates on it, as they could contain salmonella.

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According to the recall, 5,000 products are being recalled because of the mango bars possibly having salmonella.


If you do have these in your fridge, the best-by date will be 10/11/2025.

What is Salmonella?

Salmonella is an illness that can include, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea as well as stomach pains, according to the CDC. For those immune-compromised or children, could even prove fatal.

At this time, the production of the popsicles has stopped and is under investigation because of the contamination.

Those who have purchased the popsicles are being asked to either return them or throw them out. You can also reach out to the company for questions at 909-564-3090.

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