Some food products are being recalled, and parents might want to be aware what they’re packing in their kids’ lunches this week. Nestle is recalling some of its drumstick ice cream because of listeria concerns. The recall affects the 16-count and 24-count vanilla packages. None of the ice cream cones have actually tested positive for listeria, but the equipment used to produce the ice cream did test positive. The recall also affects the Lunchables’ “Ham and American Cracker Stackers” with a “Use By” date of December 25. The packaging doesn’t tell customers that the food contains wheat and soy. No illnesses have been reported.