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Trader Joe’s Recalls Matcha Green Tea Ice Cream for Possible Metal Contamination

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The announcement was made on June 10

All lot codes of the ice cream flavor have been removed from store shelves.

Trader Joe’s has voluntarily recalled its Trader Joe's Matcha Green Tea Ice Cream for possibly containing small pieces of metal.

According to the company, no injuries or illnesses have been reported to date and all “affected product has been removed from store shelves and destroyed.”

Consumers are urged to not eat the product, and throw it out or return it for a full refund.

For any questions regarding the recall, consumers can contact the company through its customer relations department at 626-599-3817 or via email through their customer feedback page.

To read about nine things you didn’t know about matcha, click here.


The Lowdown On Chemicals & Pesticides In Some Popular Tea Brands

Tea couldn&rsquot possibly have any harmful chemicals or pesticides in it, right? I never, ever thought so, but I was&hellip well&hellip Wrong!

Still, I&rsquom not giving up my tea anytime soon&hellip whether its chai or green, oolong, white, pu-erh or an organic herbal tea.

Since a recent investigation about tea (Camellia sinensis) being a highly sprayed crop, I&rsquove switched to specific all-organic tea brands, turning my back on some of my favorites due to tests showing high levels of carcinogens found in their products.

Modern food technology is again rearing its ugly head and causing brand new health concerns over this otherwise healthful brew!

It seems, many tea companies do not source their products from responsible growers. The pressures have mounted with the introduction of industrialized agricultural practices, added chemical fertilizers or engaged GMO practices to make the land yield more. The results of these practices have been environmental pollution, soil erosion, and loss of biological diversity.

A while back, Vani Hari, founder of Food Babe uncovered unsettling facts about 8 popular tea brands:

  • Celestial Seasonings
  • Teavana
  • Trader Joe&rsquos
  • Twinings of London
  • Lipton
  • Bigelow
  • Tea Forte

Then, CBCNews/Canada tested black and green teas including Canada&rsquos most popular brands: Lipton, Red Rose, Tetley and Twinings. Full test results can be found here. Of the 10 brands tested, only Red Rose pekoe came back free of pesticides.

One of the chemicals found was Endosulfan. This chemical is one of the most toxic pesticides on the market today. They also found DDT. Eight of the 10 brands tested contained multiple chemicals, with one brand containing residues of 22 different pesticides.


The Lowdown On Chemicals & Pesticides In Some Popular Tea Brands

Tea couldn&rsquot possibly have any harmful chemicals or pesticides in it, right? I never, ever thought so, but I was&hellip well&hellip Wrong!

Still, I&rsquom not giving up my tea anytime soon&hellip whether its chai or green, oolong, white, pu-erh or an organic herbal tea.

Since a recent investigation about tea (Camellia sinensis) being a highly sprayed crop, I&rsquove switched to specific all-organic tea brands, turning my back on some of my favorites due to tests showing high levels of carcinogens found in their products.

Modern food technology is again rearing its ugly head and causing brand new health concerns over this otherwise healthful brew!

It seems, many tea companies do not source their products from responsible growers. The pressures have mounted with the introduction of industrialized agricultural practices, added chemical fertilizers or engaged GMO practices to make the land yield more. The results of these practices have been environmental pollution, soil erosion, and loss of biological diversity.

A while back, Vani Hari, founder of Food Babe uncovered unsettling facts about 8 popular tea brands:

  • Celestial Seasonings
  • Teavana
  • Trader Joe&rsquos
  • Twinings of London
  • Lipton
  • Bigelow
  • Tea Forte

Then, CBCNews/Canada tested black and green teas including Canada&rsquos most popular brands: Lipton, Red Rose, Tetley and Twinings. Full test results can be found here. Of the 10 brands tested, only Red Rose pekoe came back free of pesticides.

One of the chemicals found was Endosulfan. This chemical is one of the most toxic pesticides on the market today. They also found DDT. Eight of the 10 brands tested contained multiple chemicals, with one brand containing residues of 22 different pesticides.


The Lowdown On Chemicals & Pesticides In Some Popular Tea Brands

Tea couldn&rsquot possibly have any harmful chemicals or pesticides in it, right? I never, ever thought so, but I was&hellip well&hellip Wrong!

Still, I&rsquom not giving up my tea anytime soon&hellip whether its chai or green, oolong, white, pu-erh or an organic herbal tea.

Since a recent investigation about tea (Camellia sinensis) being a highly sprayed crop, I&rsquove switched to specific all-organic tea brands, turning my back on some of my favorites due to tests showing high levels of carcinogens found in their products.

Modern food technology is again rearing its ugly head and causing brand new health concerns over this otherwise healthful brew!

It seems, many tea companies do not source their products from responsible growers. The pressures have mounted with the introduction of industrialized agricultural practices, added chemical fertilizers or engaged GMO practices to make the land yield more. The results of these practices have been environmental pollution, soil erosion, and loss of biological diversity.

A while back, Vani Hari, founder of Food Babe uncovered unsettling facts about 8 popular tea brands:

  • Celestial Seasonings
  • Teavana
  • Trader Joe&rsquos
  • Twinings of London
  • Lipton
  • Bigelow
  • Tea Forte

Then, CBCNews/Canada tested black and green teas including Canada&rsquos most popular brands: Lipton, Red Rose, Tetley and Twinings. Full test results can be found here. Of the 10 brands tested, only Red Rose pekoe came back free of pesticides.

One of the chemicals found was Endosulfan. This chemical is one of the most toxic pesticides on the market today. They also found DDT. Eight of the 10 brands tested contained multiple chemicals, with one brand containing residues of 22 different pesticides.


The Lowdown On Chemicals & Pesticides In Some Popular Tea Brands

Tea couldn&rsquot possibly have any harmful chemicals or pesticides in it, right? I never, ever thought so, but I was&hellip well&hellip Wrong!

Still, I&rsquom not giving up my tea anytime soon&hellip whether its chai or green, oolong, white, pu-erh or an organic herbal tea.

Since a recent investigation about tea (Camellia sinensis) being a highly sprayed crop, I&rsquove switched to specific all-organic tea brands, turning my back on some of my favorites due to tests showing high levels of carcinogens found in their products.

Modern food technology is again rearing its ugly head and causing brand new health concerns over this otherwise healthful brew!

It seems, many tea companies do not source their products from responsible growers. The pressures have mounted with the introduction of industrialized agricultural practices, added chemical fertilizers or engaged GMO practices to make the land yield more. The results of these practices have been environmental pollution, soil erosion, and loss of biological diversity.

A while back, Vani Hari, founder of Food Babe uncovered unsettling facts about 8 popular tea brands:

  • Celestial Seasonings
  • Teavana
  • Trader Joe&rsquos
  • Twinings of London
  • Lipton
  • Bigelow
  • Tea Forte

Then, CBCNews/Canada tested black and green teas including Canada&rsquos most popular brands: Lipton, Red Rose, Tetley and Twinings. Full test results can be found here. Of the 10 brands tested, only Red Rose pekoe came back free of pesticides.

One of the chemicals found was Endosulfan. This chemical is one of the most toxic pesticides on the market today. They also found DDT. Eight of the 10 brands tested contained multiple chemicals, with one brand containing residues of 22 different pesticides.


The Lowdown On Chemicals & Pesticides In Some Popular Tea Brands

Tea couldn&rsquot possibly have any harmful chemicals or pesticides in it, right? I never, ever thought so, but I was&hellip well&hellip Wrong!

Still, I&rsquom not giving up my tea anytime soon&hellip whether its chai or green, oolong, white, pu-erh or an organic herbal tea.

Since a recent investigation about tea (Camellia sinensis) being a highly sprayed crop, I&rsquove switched to specific all-organic tea brands, turning my back on some of my favorites due to tests showing high levels of carcinogens found in their products.

Modern food technology is again rearing its ugly head and causing brand new health concerns over this otherwise healthful brew!

It seems, many tea companies do not source their products from responsible growers. The pressures have mounted with the introduction of industrialized agricultural practices, added chemical fertilizers or engaged GMO practices to make the land yield more. The results of these practices have been environmental pollution, soil erosion, and loss of biological diversity.

A while back, Vani Hari, founder of Food Babe uncovered unsettling facts about 8 popular tea brands:

  • Celestial Seasonings
  • Teavana
  • Trader Joe&rsquos
  • Twinings of London
  • Lipton
  • Bigelow
  • Tea Forte

Then, CBCNews/Canada tested black and green teas including Canada&rsquos most popular brands: Lipton, Red Rose, Tetley and Twinings. Full test results can be found here. Of the 10 brands tested, only Red Rose pekoe came back free of pesticides.

One of the chemicals found was Endosulfan. This chemical is one of the most toxic pesticides on the market today. They also found DDT. Eight of the 10 brands tested contained multiple chemicals, with one brand containing residues of 22 different pesticides.


The Lowdown On Chemicals & Pesticides In Some Popular Tea Brands

Tea couldn&rsquot possibly have any harmful chemicals or pesticides in it, right? I never, ever thought so, but I was&hellip well&hellip Wrong!

Still, I&rsquom not giving up my tea anytime soon&hellip whether its chai or green, oolong, white, pu-erh or an organic herbal tea.

Since a recent investigation about tea (Camellia sinensis) being a highly sprayed crop, I&rsquove switched to specific all-organic tea brands, turning my back on some of my favorites due to tests showing high levels of carcinogens found in their products.

Modern food technology is again rearing its ugly head and causing brand new health concerns over this otherwise healthful brew!

It seems, many tea companies do not source their products from responsible growers. The pressures have mounted with the introduction of industrialized agricultural practices, added chemical fertilizers or engaged GMO practices to make the land yield more. The results of these practices have been environmental pollution, soil erosion, and loss of biological diversity.

A while back, Vani Hari, founder of Food Babe uncovered unsettling facts about 8 popular tea brands:

  • Celestial Seasonings
  • Teavana
  • Trader Joe&rsquos
  • Twinings of London
  • Lipton
  • Bigelow
  • Tea Forte

Then, CBCNews/Canada tested black and green teas including Canada&rsquos most popular brands: Lipton, Red Rose, Tetley and Twinings. Full test results can be found here. Of the 10 brands tested, only Red Rose pekoe came back free of pesticides.

One of the chemicals found was Endosulfan. This chemical is one of the most toxic pesticides on the market today. They also found DDT. Eight of the 10 brands tested contained multiple chemicals, with one brand containing residues of 22 different pesticides.


The Lowdown On Chemicals & Pesticides In Some Popular Tea Brands

Tea couldn&rsquot possibly have any harmful chemicals or pesticides in it, right? I never, ever thought so, but I was&hellip well&hellip Wrong!

Still, I&rsquom not giving up my tea anytime soon&hellip whether its chai or green, oolong, white, pu-erh or an organic herbal tea.

Since a recent investigation about tea (Camellia sinensis) being a highly sprayed crop, I&rsquove switched to specific all-organic tea brands, turning my back on some of my favorites due to tests showing high levels of carcinogens found in their products.

Modern food technology is again rearing its ugly head and causing brand new health concerns over this otherwise healthful brew!

It seems, many tea companies do not source their products from responsible growers. The pressures have mounted with the introduction of industrialized agricultural practices, added chemical fertilizers or engaged GMO practices to make the land yield more. The results of these practices have been environmental pollution, soil erosion, and loss of biological diversity.

A while back, Vani Hari, founder of Food Babe uncovered unsettling facts about 8 popular tea brands:

  • Celestial Seasonings
  • Teavana
  • Trader Joe&rsquos
  • Twinings of London
  • Lipton
  • Bigelow
  • Tea Forte

Then, CBCNews/Canada tested black and green teas including Canada&rsquos most popular brands: Lipton, Red Rose, Tetley and Twinings. Full test results can be found here. Of the 10 brands tested, only Red Rose pekoe came back free of pesticides.

One of the chemicals found was Endosulfan. This chemical is one of the most toxic pesticides on the market today. They also found DDT. Eight of the 10 brands tested contained multiple chemicals, with one brand containing residues of 22 different pesticides.


The Lowdown On Chemicals & Pesticides In Some Popular Tea Brands

Tea couldn&rsquot possibly have any harmful chemicals or pesticides in it, right? I never, ever thought so, but I was&hellip well&hellip Wrong!

Still, I&rsquom not giving up my tea anytime soon&hellip whether its chai or green, oolong, white, pu-erh or an organic herbal tea.

Since a recent investigation about tea (Camellia sinensis) being a highly sprayed crop, I&rsquove switched to specific all-organic tea brands, turning my back on some of my favorites due to tests showing high levels of carcinogens found in their products.

Modern food technology is again rearing its ugly head and causing brand new health concerns over this otherwise healthful brew!

It seems, many tea companies do not source their products from responsible growers. The pressures have mounted with the introduction of industrialized agricultural practices, added chemical fertilizers or engaged GMO practices to make the land yield more. The results of these practices have been environmental pollution, soil erosion, and loss of biological diversity.

A while back, Vani Hari, founder of Food Babe uncovered unsettling facts about 8 popular tea brands:

  • Celestial Seasonings
  • Teavana
  • Trader Joe&rsquos
  • Twinings of London
  • Lipton
  • Bigelow
  • Tea Forte

Then, CBCNews/Canada tested black and green teas including Canada&rsquos most popular brands: Lipton, Red Rose, Tetley and Twinings. Full test results can be found here. Of the 10 brands tested, only Red Rose pekoe came back free of pesticides.

One of the chemicals found was Endosulfan. This chemical is one of the most toxic pesticides on the market today. They also found DDT. Eight of the 10 brands tested contained multiple chemicals, with one brand containing residues of 22 different pesticides.


The Lowdown On Chemicals & Pesticides In Some Popular Tea Brands

Tea couldn&rsquot possibly have any harmful chemicals or pesticides in it, right? I never, ever thought so, but I was&hellip well&hellip Wrong!

Still, I&rsquom not giving up my tea anytime soon&hellip whether its chai or green, oolong, white, pu-erh or an organic herbal tea.

Since a recent investigation about tea (Camellia sinensis) being a highly sprayed crop, I&rsquove switched to specific all-organic tea brands, turning my back on some of my favorites due to tests showing high levels of carcinogens found in their products.

Modern food technology is again rearing its ugly head and causing brand new health concerns over this otherwise healthful brew!

It seems, many tea companies do not source their products from responsible growers. The pressures have mounted with the introduction of industrialized agricultural practices, added chemical fertilizers or engaged GMO practices to make the land yield more. The results of these practices have been environmental pollution, soil erosion, and loss of biological diversity.

A while back, Vani Hari, founder of Food Babe uncovered unsettling facts about 8 popular tea brands:

  • Celestial Seasonings
  • Teavana
  • Trader Joe&rsquos
  • Twinings of London
  • Lipton
  • Bigelow
  • Tea Forte

Then, CBCNews/Canada tested black and green teas including Canada&rsquos most popular brands: Lipton, Red Rose, Tetley and Twinings. Full test results can be found here. Of the 10 brands tested, only Red Rose pekoe came back free of pesticides.

One of the chemicals found was Endosulfan. This chemical is one of the most toxic pesticides on the market today. They also found DDT. Eight of the 10 brands tested contained multiple chemicals, with one brand containing residues of 22 different pesticides.


The Lowdown On Chemicals & Pesticides In Some Popular Tea Brands

Tea couldn&rsquot possibly have any harmful chemicals or pesticides in it, right? I never, ever thought so, but I was&hellip well&hellip Wrong!

Still, I&rsquom not giving up my tea anytime soon&hellip whether its chai or green, oolong, white, pu-erh or an organic herbal tea.

Since a recent investigation about tea (Camellia sinensis) being a highly sprayed crop, I&rsquove switched to specific all-organic tea brands, turning my back on some of my favorites due to tests showing high levels of carcinogens found in their products.

Modern food technology is again rearing its ugly head and causing brand new health concerns over this otherwise healthful brew!

It seems, many tea companies do not source their products from responsible growers. The pressures have mounted with the introduction of industrialized agricultural practices, added chemical fertilizers or engaged GMO practices to make the land yield more. The results of these practices have been environmental pollution, soil erosion, and loss of biological diversity.

A while back, Vani Hari, founder of Food Babe uncovered unsettling facts about 8 popular tea brands:

  • Celestial Seasonings
  • Teavana
  • Trader Joe&rsquos
  • Twinings of London
  • Lipton
  • Bigelow
  • Tea Forte

Then, CBCNews/Canada tested black and green teas including Canada&rsquos most popular brands: Lipton, Red Rose, Tetley and Twinings. Full test results can be found here. Of the 10 brands tested, only Red Rose pekoe came back free of pesticides.

One of the chemicals found was Endosulfan. This chemical is one of the most toxic pesticides on the market today. They also found DDT. Eight of the 10 brands tested contained multiple chemicals, with one brand containing residues of 22 different pesticides.


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