Nearly 350 pounds of undercooked chicken recalled
Taylor Farms Inc. of Chicago, Illinois has recalled almost 350 lbs of breaded chicken because it may have been undercooked. The undercooking is likely the result of a defect during the manufacturing process. The USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service or FSIS issued the recall.
While the breaded chicken is undercooked, it is of course precooked, and may still be in its package in your refrigerator. The recalled chicken was produced on August 3, 2019, and distributed to retailers in Arkansas, Michigan, Mississippi, Ohio, Tennessee, and West Virginia. Consumers that purchased the recalled chicken are urged to discard it or return it to their retailer for a refund.
14.75-oz. sealed clear trays containing “Parmesan Topped Chicken with Spaghetti” with lot codes “TFIL215A001” and “TFIL216A001” and “Use by” dates 8/14/19 and 8/15/19 represented on the label;
12.5-oz. sealed clear trays containing “Homestyle Fried Chicken Dinner” with lot codes “TFIL215A001” and “TFIL216A001” and “Use by” dates 8/13/19 and 8/14/19 represented on the label; and
9-oz. cardboard trays with plastic lids containing “Breaded Chicken Breast” with lot codes “TFIL215A001” and “TFIL216A001” and “Use by” dates 8/09/19 and 8/10/19 represented on the label.
The easiest way to determine if your chicken is part of the recall is to view the Establishment number, EST. or P-21794, it’s located within the USDA mark of inspection. As of the time of this posting, no illnesses have been reported due to consumption of the recalled chicken. If consumers have questions about the recall, they can contact 1-855-455-0098.
To read the full recall article by Food Safety News, follow this link: https://bit.ly/2M8Ot1T