A California-based firm is voluntarily recalling 3,534 pounds of a raw stuffed chicken product because it may contain known allergens that are not declared on the label.

Antonelli’s and Sons of South San Francisco is recalling the product because it is made with milk, soy and monosodium glutamate (MSG), all known allergens that are not listed as ingredients on packaging.

The product subject to recall comes in an approximately 1 pound tray labeled “TRADER JOE’S CRANBERRY APPLE STUFFED CHICKEN BREAST,” with a Use By date of 06/13/12 through 6/23/12, located on a sticker in the upper right corner of the package.


The product also bears establishment number “P-22018,” which can be found inside the USDA mark of inspection.

The stuffed chicken breasts were packaged between June 1 and June 11 of this year and distributed to Trader Joe’s retail establishments in Arizona, California, Oregon and Washington.

The retail distribution list is available here.

The problem was discovered during a label review by an inspector from USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS). FSIS says it has received no reports of adverse health affects related to consuming this product.

Consumers with questions about the recall are urged to call Antonelli’s and Sons’ Chief Operating Officer Larry Barron at 650-952-7413.

FSIS advises those concerned about a reaction to contact a healthcare provider.