Willow Tree Poultry Farm issued a recall on 52,022 kilos of hen salad and hen dip as a result of potential contamination with overseas matter. The hen recall covers eight Willow Tree model merchandise that will comprise items of laborious white plastic, in accordance with the August 24 announcement from the USDA’s Meals Security and Inspection Service (FSIS).
Willow Tree grew to become conscious of the difficulty, which extends to merchandise bought in 9 states within the northeast, after receiving a grievance from a client. Nevertheless, right now there aren’t any confirmed experiences of consumers experiencing accidents or different antagonistic reactions as a result of consuming these merchandise, in accordance with the recall discover.
The merchandise, which embrace quite a lot of totally different hen salads and dips, had been produced between August 10 and August 13, 2021, and have sell-by dates between September 3 and September 10. The hen dips and salads had been distributed to each wholesalers and retail shops situated in these states: Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
Among the many recalled merchandise are specific batches of Willow Tree Premium White Meat Rooster Salad in three flavors and numerous measurement packages: Basic (together with 7.5-oz, 15-oz., and 10-lb. containers), Buffalo Fashion (15-oz. and 5-lb. containers), and Cranberry Walnut (15-oz. container). The recall additionally covers Willow Tree’s Premium White Meat Caesar Rooster Dip (5-lb. container) and Premium White Meat Buffalo Rooster Dip (5-lb. and 12-oz. containers).
Solely merchandise with sure sell-by dates in early September are affected by the hen recall. (For particular sell-by dates for every product, see the FSIS discover.) The FSIS additionally posted photographs of the labels of affected merchandise to assist customers readily establish them. The entire recalled merchandise are stamped with the institution quantity EST. P-8827, situated contained in the USDA mark of inspection.
The FSIS urges individuals who have any of those merchandise of their fridge or freezer to get rid of them or return them to the place of buy. As well as, the company advises anybody involved about an harm or different medical situation to get in contact with a health-care supplier.