Ukrop’s Chicken Salad Recall Caused by Potential Misbranding
About 1,202 pounds of ready-to-eat (RTE) chicken salad by Ukrop’s Homestyle Foods of Richmond, Va. is being recalled by the company for allegedly containing almonds, an allergen, which was not declared on the label.
The product, produced on August 26, 2020, was packaged in a 15-oz. round plastic container with a sell-by date of “09/02/20”.
The product bears the establishment number “P-19979” inside the USDA mark of inspection and was shipped to retail locations in North Carolina, Ohio, Virginia, and West Virginia.
The problem was discovered when a consumer reported the product to contain almonds without any mention that it does on the label. There have no confirmed reports of adverse reactions yet as of date.
Consumers, especially those with allergic inclinations to almonds and nuts, are advised not to consume the product but instead either discard or return it to where they purchased the product.
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