And the ice-cream company assures everyone things are taken care of, even if it's not precisely sure of every problem that caused a months-long shutdown.
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The company admits it's identified "locations" where the pathogen still "may be present."
The government wants to know when the company discovered listeria at its ice-cream plants.
They say sludge oozed into clean tanks, and they never wiped butterfat off of surfaces.
The first half-gallons arrived in some Texas and Alabama stores this morning.
Texas and Alabama will be the first to get the ice cream back.
Just in time for the last stretch of summer.
Five months, $10 million, and 1,500 fired employees later.
It plans to limit initial production to half-gallons of ten flavors.
A billionaire investor appears to have saved the day, for now.
But there's still no definitive timeline for the company's return.
The company's shops had only just reopened after a previous shutdown.
This Houston man says he "damn near died" from eating the ice cream.
Another 1,400 are being furloughed, and everybody else is getting a pay cut.
"We're just going to try to have to survive. "
Contraband pints are priced at thousands of dollars.
But newly unveiled information suggests the company kept shipping ice cream anyway.
The company says it's an "ambitious" goal, but not an impossible one.
"It's a wake-up call to the ice cream industry."
Going forward, each batch of ice cream will get tested.