Texas Children’s Hospital pulls recalled ice cream cups

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HOUSTON - Texas-based company, Blue Bell, has added another one of its products to the list of recalled goods because of potential listeria contamination.

This time, it's the 3 oz. institutional/food service cups, usually served in schools and hospitals.

They've recalled three flavors; chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry. One of the affected hospitals happens to be the Texas Children's Hospital in Houston.

The hospital issued a statement saying "we took the immediate action of removing all of these products from the inpatient and outpatient areas until further notice."

Just to be on the safe side, the hospital says they've also pulled all milk based Blue Bell ice cream products.

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