Those looking to enjoy a nice cold ice cream sandwich during the scorching hot temperatures may need to think twice. Canadian dairy company Agropur on Saturday said two types of its ice cream sandwiches are being recalled as a precautionary measure due to the risk of fine metal particles.

The Iceberg brand of 190 ml ice cream sandwiches sold in boxes of eight and the Originale Augustin brand of 190 ml ice cream sandwiches sold in boxes of 30 are the two products being recalled. 

The recall is being overseen by the Canadian Food Safety agency. There have been no harm or injury done to consumers as result of the product. 

This isn't the first time ice cream products have been recalled. From 2013 to 2015, there were 16 recalls of ice cream products due to Listeria contamination.

In April, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) found Listeria and Salmonella in 20 ice cream manufacturing facilities.  

The Agropur Dairy Cooperative is headquartered in Quebec. It is Canada's largest dairy company by sales and the largest dairy cooperative in North America. 

The company reached gross annual sales of $6.5 billion in 2017.