Costco Is Recalling 148,000 Pounds of Chicken Product

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Less than two weeks after withdrawing Kirkland's Signature Pine Nut Hummus, Costco pulled another item for food safety reasons.

On October 29 that Foster Farms, a Costco-sold poultry brand, recalled over 148,000 pounds of fully cooked frozen chicken breast patties.

The contaminated items, created on August 11, 2022, were transported to Costco distribution facilities in Arizona, California, Colorado

Utah, and Washington, and may have reached other Costco stores. 80-ounce plastic bags with a

"Best By" date of August 11, 2023, the establishment number "P-33901," the lot code "3*2223**," and the number "7527899724" under the barcode.

No documented injuries have been linked to the chicken patties, but the FSIS noted "the hard plastic parts might be sharp and cause damage."

Classifying the recall as "Class I – Medium or High Risk," the government urges customers to destroy the frozen chicken patties or return them to the store.

Call 1-800-338-8051 or contact with questions regarding the recall.

Sadly, this isn't the only frozen food withdrawn this month. On October 7, ALDI recalled its Earth Grown Vegan Traditional Falafel and Garlic & Herb Falafel items

owing to suspected Shiga toxin-producing E.Coli. 20 instances of infection have been documented in six states, with five requiring hospitalisation.

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