Some Purity ice cream is being recalled.
Purity Dairies Incorporated is recalling about 2,800 half-gallon cartons of its Purity Premium "All-Out Blitz" ice cream.
The company says the ice cream may have mixed with eggnog during processing. People with allergies to eggs can suffer serious reactions if they eat the ice cream.
Purity Dairies says no illness or allergic reactions have been reported.
The ice cream was processed at a plant in Nashville and distributed to retailers in portions of Tennessee, Kentucky and Alabama.
Purity Dairies says the ice cream cartons have a sell date of Dec. 5, 2004, and are stamped with plant number "PL 47-215."
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