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RECALL: 'Original Kulfi' frozen dairy products sold at a Surrey ice cream shop

Last Updated Sep 20, 2017 at 12:43 pm PST

(Courtesy Fraser Health)
Summary

'Original Kulfi' brand frozen dairy products were being prepared at an unlicensed, unapproved facility

Dairy products sold at a Surrey ice cream shop may be contaminated

SURREY (NEWS 1130) – Fraser Health says anyone who bought ‘Original Kulfi’ brand frozen dairy products from Supreme Ice Cream in Surrey or convenience stores should immediately throw them out.

The health authority says the business is licensed to sell only pre-packaged ice cream, but inspectors have found the product, which is similar to ice cream, was being prepared at an unlicensed and unapproved facility.

It could be contaminated, as Fraser Health says the facility does not meet public health safety guidelines.

The product has been sold under the Original Kulfi label, primarily to Indian restaurants and food stores in Surrey, as well as other cities in the Lower Mainland.

All flavours are at risk of contamination.

No illnesses have been reported, but Fraser Health says if you have eaten the product and are suffering from gastrointestinal symptoms such as vomiting, stomach cramps or fever, you should see a doctor.

The operator of Supreme Ice Cream has been ordered to immediately stop production and distribution of the product.