30,000 Pounds of Chicken Kiev Recalled over Salmonella Concerns

30,000 Pounds of Chicken Kiev Recalled over Salmonella Concerns

Posted By Golomb & Honik || 28-Dec-2014

If you have uneaten chicken kiev in your freezer, don’t eat it until you verify that it was not included in a recent recall. On October 24, 2014, the USDA Food Safety & Inspection Service issued a recall of almost 30,000 pounds of chicken kiev due to a possible link to salmonella. To date, at least six illnesses have been linked to this particular chicken.

The recalled chicken kiev can be identified by the following:

  • Is partially prepared chicken that was sold under the Anitoch Farms brand name
  • Contains the sell by dates of October 1, 2015 and October 7, 2015
  • Include the number P-1358 inside the USDA mark of inspection
  • Packages are the single 5-oz variety in plastic packets
  • Can be described as: Raw Stuffed Chicken Breast Breaded, Boneless Breast of Chicken with Rib Meat "A La Kiev"

If you purchased, consumed and contracted salmonella as a result of this recalled chicken kiev product, you may be entitled to recover compensation for your damages. The defective product attorneys at Golomb & Honik have decades of experience handling cases involving food-born injuries, and we will ensure your rights are protected every step of the way,

Please contact Golomb & Honik today to schedule your free defective product consultation. We serve clients nationwide from our offices in Philadelphia.

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