This Massive Recall Could Cause Some Concerns In Buffalo
Buffalo is a place that's known for loving its chicken, we make chicken in all different styles from the roasted, barbecue, baked, and other styles too. Now, chicken lovers will have to be cautious because of this new recall just announced. According to cnn.com, nearly 60,000 pounds of chicken frozen raw chicken products are being recalled. These products were sold at Aldi's stores and others as well. The products like breaded and pre-browned stuffed chicken products could be contaminated with salmonella.
The chicken products were produced back on February 24th and 25th and were shipped to a number of food distributors across the county. Some of the products include Dutch Farm Chicken with Broccoli, Milford Valley Chicken with Broccoli and Cheese, Milford Valley Chicken Cordon Blue, and others as well.
If you think you may have purchased any of these products from Aldi, you should throw them out right away. Eating these foods with any contaminants can cause serious illness. I had food poisoning and it is not fun at all diarrhea, abdominal cramps, and fever can occur within the first 12 to 72 hours. These brands are really popular especially this time of year when it's really hot out because many of these products can just be popped in the microwave.
The service that produces these products have been working with the CDC and other health officials to get a full investigation of outbreaks across eight states. The timeline ranges from February 21 to June 28, so check your freezers if you have any of these products throw them out.
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