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Whipping cream made in Minnesota being voluntarily recalled

A whipping cream product is being voluntarily yanked from the shelves following a consumer advisory issued by the Minnesota Department of Agriculture. The Solway, Minn.-based product -- Blackstar Dairy heavy whipping cream -- has a sell-by date of June 17. So far no illnesses have been linked to the product.
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A whipping cream product is being voluntarily yanked from the shelves following a consumer advisory issued by the Minnesota Department of Agriculture. The Solway, Minn.-based product -- Blackstar Dairy heavy whipping cream -- has a sell-by date of June 17. So far no illnesses have been linked to the product.

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