Updated August 15 with additional stores An ice cream Listeria recall includes Kroger, Ralphs,  Dillons, Fred Meyer, Winn Dixie, Giant, Martin’s, ShopRite, Stop & Shop, Harvey’s, Fresco Y Mas, and other stores. The recall is linked to a Listeria outbreak that includes illnesses in two states.

Consumers who have purchased Soft Serve on the Go ice cream, sold in 8-oz, clear plastic cups with attached spoons, and still have them in their freezers should not eat them as Listeria can cause severe illness and death. Among pregnant women, Listeria can cause miscarriages and stillbirths.

Soft Serve on the Go Listeria Recall

Soft Serve on the Go Recall

On August 9, Klein’s Real Kosher Ice Cream of Brooklyn issued a recall and halted production and distribution. The recall includes all soft-serve ice cream products made through 8/4/23. They include:

  • Soft Serve on the go Vanilla Chocolate,  UPC 0-91404-15129-0
  • Soft Serve on the go Parve Vanilla Chocolate, UPC 0-91404-15113-9
  • Soft Serve on the go Razzle,  UPC 0-91404-15133-7
  • Soft Serve on the go Caramel,  UPC 0-91404-15131-3
  • Soft Serve on the go Sorbet Strawberry Mango, UPC0-91404-15128-3
  • Soft Serve Lite Peanut Butter,  UPC0-91404-15285-3

Stores that Sold Recalled Ice Cream

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration published a list of states where stores that sold the recalled ice cream are located, but not a list of stores.

Soft Serve on the Go Sold at stores in these states


Based on information from store websites a partial list of stores that sold the recalled ice cream includes:

  • Fresco Y Mas
  • Giant
  • Harvey’s
  • Martin’s
  • ShopRite
  • Stop & Shop
  • Winn Dixie
  • Kroger
  • Mariano’s
  • Metro Market
  • Pick n Save
  • Dillons
  • Bakers
  • Gerbes
  • King Soopers
  • City Market
  • Fry’s
  • Smith’s
  • Ralphs
  • QFC
  • Fred Meyer

Symptoms of a Listeria Infection

Symptoms of a Listeria infection include high fever, severe headache, stiff neck, other muscle stiffness, confusion, and loss of balance. Sometimes these symptoms appear within 24 hours of exposure but it can also take as long as 70 days for them to develop.

Contact an Experienced Listeria Attorney

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