Fearing broken glass, Minn. ice cream maker recalls 3 flavors


St. Paul-based Izzy's Ice Cream is voluntarily recalling three flavors, according to the Associated Press.

The company apparently discovered glass fragments in a supplier's container of cinnamon -- an ingredient it uses in three flavors of ice cream.

The flavors are: Soy (Non-Dairy) Pumpkin, Pumpkin and Cinnamon -- with lot numbers beginning with 1211 or 1212.

While Izzy's has not received any complaints and has not found any evidence of glass, consumers can return the products for a full refund.

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