Chicken products shipped to Iowa recalled for labeling issues
Around 702 pounds of chicken Caesar salad products have been recalled by a Minnesota-based company for labeling issues, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced on Monday.
The department's Food Safety and Inspection Service said that the products, marketed under the Crazy Fresh and Jerry's brands, contain milk and anchovies, which are allergens but are not declared on the product's labeling. These products were shipped to retailers in Iowa.
The items were made between February 11 and February 22, 2019, and include:
• 10-oz. black plastic bowl with a clear plastic lid containing “CRAZY FRESH Chicken Caesar Salad” and “Use By” dates of 02/15/2019 through 02/26/2019 represented on the label.
• 10-oz. black plastic bowl with a clear plastic lid containing “JERRY’S the kitchen CHICKEN CAESAR SALAD” and “SELL BY” dates of 02/15/2019 through 02/26/2019 represented on the label.
These products include the establishment number P-45204 inside the USDA mark of inspection.
Other states that received the products include Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, North and South Dakota, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.
While no illnesses have been reported due to this issue, the FSIS said those with the products should throw them away or return them to the place of purchase.