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Photo: enchanted_fairy (Shutterstock) Considering life in 2021 has so far been characterized by all-consuming chaos and uncertainty, you might feel compelled to seek solace in tucking into a nice carton of delicious ice cream. But this year, even ice cream is trying to kill you. Two ice cream products from Weis Markets might be riddled with hazardous material: 11,000 containers of the company’s products currently on the market come with a choking hazard warning because of “metal filling equipment parts” wedged into its confections, according to an FDA advisory released earlier this month. If you’re a fan of the brand, you should probably throw away any container of its products, even if you think you may have skirted the danger for some reason. Here’s what you need to know about the recall. 11,000 containers distributed across seven states are affected According to the FDA’s warning, two ice cream flavors are wrapped up in the mess, listed by the agency below: 10,869 containers of Weis Quality Cookies and Cream Ice Cream (48 oz.) 502 bulk containers of Klein’s Vanilla Dairy Ice Cream (3 gallon) As the agency notes, the ice cream products are “contaminated with extraneous material,” and one person discovered “an intact piece of metal equipment” in their carton of ice cream. Yikes. The company issued a warning about the two products on Jan. 8, but adding a slight wrinkle to the situation is they were each sold in different stores. The cookies and cream cartons were distributed to […]