Nestlé Recalls Drumsticks Due To Possible Listeria Contamination
The recalled cones were sold in 16-count variety packs and 24-count vanilla packs.By Stephanie Liebergen | October 10, 2016
You might want to check the packaging before eating a Drumstick out of your freezer.
Nestlé issued a voluntary recall for some of the ice cream cones because of possible listeria contamination.
Some production equipment tested positive for the bacteria Listeria monocytogenes. None of the cones tested positive for the bacteria, and no illnesses have been reported so far.