The CDC added some details to the FDA information about the outbreak of Listeria monocytogenes in Real Kosher “Soft Serve On The Go” ice cream cups. Two illnesses were reported; both patients were hospitalized in two states (NY and PA). Listeria was found in a “Soft Serve On The Go” ice cream cup collected from a sick person’s freezer, and laboratory scientists are working to determine if it is the outbreak strain of Listeria. The flavors included are Vanilla chocolate, Caramel, Parve vanilla chocolate, Peanut butter lite, Razzle, and Sorbet strawberry mango. The products were sold nationwide at Grocery stores, Convenience stores, and Canteens and to Long-term care facilities, Nursing homes, Schools, and Camps. The product was also sold internationally to Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, and the United Kingdom. @ https://www.cdc.gov/listeria/outbreaks/ice-cream-08-23/index.html#:~:text=On%20August%209%2C%20Real%20Kosher,the%20outbreak%20strain%20of%20Listeria.
CDC update on the Listeria outbreak linked to Real Kosher ice cream due to Listeria monocytogenes