The important thing to do as you hear the news in this blog post is to remain calm.
Take a deep breath.
Close your eyes and picture puppies frolicking in a field.
Take another deep breath.
Do you practice yoga? Go over into the corner and assume whatever position puts you in touch with your inner whatever. (Gut Check doesn't practice yoga and has no idea what we're talking about.)
Ben & Jerry's is voluntarily recalling some of its ice cream.
Specifically, Unilever, which owns the Ben & Jerry's brand, is voluntarily recalling pints of Ben & Jerry's Chocolate Nougat Crunch Ice Cream: Sweet Cream Ice Cream with Fudge Covered Wafer Cookies & a Chocolate Nougat Swirl -- seriously, that's the full name that the press release gives it -- because the packaging is missing the warning that the fudge-covered wafers were manufactured on equipment that also processes peanuts and tree nuts.
The pints were distributed across the United States and feature one of the UPC codes 7684020899 and one of the following date codes: JUL1113BJ1, JUL1213BJ1, AUG0113BJ1, AUG0213BJ1, AUG2313BJ1, AUG2413BJ1, AUG2513BJ1, SEP2013BJ1, SEP2113BJ1, OCT2313BJ1.
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