In an effort to prevent a meltdown at a Hershey’s in Montreal, the company has introduced a new ice cream line featuring chocolate-covered cherries and cherries covered in ice.
The product, called Hershey Milk Chocolate and Chocolates, is available from June 7 through July 31.
But if you’re looking for an alternative to the chocolate, there’s also an ice cream called Hersheys Original Ice Cream.
(CBC)The ice cream is made from Hershey milk chocolate and is available at all of Hershey Farms Canada’s stores, including its stores in Quebec City and Guelph.
The Hershey Hershey Co. said it is using its own proprietary blend of ingredients and that it has been making the ice cream for a decade.
“We have made a lot of progress in the past decade,” said Mike Boudreau, vice-president of marketing and sales at Hershey.
The company has received complaints about the product over the years, but says the recall does not pose a health risk. “
The reason we make it is because we know that you love it when it’s fresh and it’s good for you.”
The company has received complaints about the product over the years, but says the recall does not pose a health risk.
Boudrien says it’s not clear if the recall will affect other companies in the country.
“When we first launched it, there was some concern about the potential of this being a food safety issue, but we’ve been able to address that,” he said.
Bologna-based Hershey said the ice creams have a longer shelf life than regular ice cream.
The company said there is no evidence that the chocolate in the product poses a health issue.
It says the ice milk in the icecream contains milk fat and that the milk fat is free of contaminants, including traces of salmonella.
“Hershey Milk chocolate is an artisan product made with Hershey Chocolate, a traditional milk chocolate from Italy, to make it as safe as possible for the consumer,” said Boudres.
The ice cream comes with a one-year shelf life.
The Hershey company said it has received approximately 6,000 complaints about its chocolate ice cream and has taken measures to mitigate the issue.
Biero said the company is currently working with the Quebec Health Department and other regulators to identify any other health concerns.
CBC Montreal’s Kevin Corrigan contributed to this report.