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Staphylococcus illnesses prompt recall of frozen chicken strips

Consumer complaints and illnesses have prompted a recall of Maple Leaf Foods chicken strips because of potential contamination with the toxin produced by Staphylococcus bacteria. Retailers across Canada received the frozen chicken breast strips, which have the best-before date of Sept. 29, 2018, according to the recall notice posted Wednesday by the Canadian Food Inspection… Continue Reading

Undeclared milk in bread crumbs spurs chicken recall

In the second such action, bread crumbs from an unidentified producer spurred a recall Thursday of more than two tons of frozen chicken strips because the crumbs used to make them contained milk, a known allergen that is not declared on the chicken product label. Water Lilies Food Inc. of Astoria, NY, recalled 4,335 pounds… Continue Reading

Fritters recalled; breading contains flour linked to outbreak

Almost three tons of frozen, breaded chicken products from Simmons Prepared Foods Inc. are being recalled because flour used in the breading has been recalled because it is linked to an ongoing E. coli outbreak. The Arkansas company distributed the chicken products to locations in Arkansas for “institutional use” by undisclosed customers. The 30-pound boxes… Continue Reading