The Willow Tree Poultry Farm Ready-to-Eat Chicken Salad Recall
Recently, the Willow Tree Poultry Farm of Attleboro, Mass. has announced its recall of around 6,890 pounds of ready-to-eat (RTE) chicken salad.
According to reports, the company issued the recall because the product may have walnuts. Walnut is an allergen that wasn’t declared on the label.
As of this time, the company hasn’t received any reports of adverse reactions.
This item product on September 2, 2020, is included in the recall:
15-oz. clear, plastic containers labeled as “Willow Tree Premium White Meat CHICKEN SALAD Classic” with a sell-by date of “9/30/20” and a timestamp of 13:00:00 through 17:00:00 on the containers’ cellophane lid.
The recalled chicken salad has an establishment number “EST. P-8827” inside the USDA mark of inspection. Moreover, these items were distributed to retail locations in Connecticut, the District of Columbia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Virginia.
Have you purchased and consumed Willow Tree Poultry Farm Recalls Ready-to-Eat Chicken Salad thinking that it doesn’t have walnuts? Did you experience any allergic reaction? Tell us about it.
What You Need To Do
For consumers who bought these products, you are advised to stop consuming the item. Instead, kindly discard or return the recalled product to the place where you bought it.
Meanwhile, for consumers who have further questions, you may call Alex Cekala at (508) 951-835. or by email at ACekala@willowtreefarm.com.
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