Trader Joe Recalls Almost 10000 Pounds of Chicken Due to Bone Contamination

The Food Safety and Inspection Service of the United States Department of Agriculture reported Wednesday that Innovative Solutions, Inc. recalled about 97,887 pounds of raw ground chicken patty products, some of which were sold at Trader Joe’s stores.

According to the press statement, the chicken patty items made on various dates ranging from August 16 to September 29 may have been contaminated with extraneous elements, notably bone fragments.

The recalled goods include Chile Lime Chicken Burgers offered at Trader Joe’s as well as Spinach Feta Chicken Sliders sold at other supermarket shops. Both were sent across the country.

The objects are labeled with the establishment code EST. P-8276.

Although there have been no documented instances of harm or sickness, the FSIS advises customers to discard or return the items.


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