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Lilydale has announced a quality recall of certain Lilydale Boneless Skinless Chicken Thighs, item #44845, sold at Costco Wholesale in British Columbia between August 27 and August 31, 2011. The affected product has a best before date of September 4th to September 6th, 2011 inclusive.
The Lilydale Boneless Skinless Chicken Thighs are being recalled due to early spoilage issues. This is not a food safety issue.
Hard plastic pieces found in packages of Bumble Bee chicken salad products have led to a national recall of a large amount of food. Two kits were affected, according to the company website.
Originally posted by AliWV
Mods, feel free to move. I've never started a thread, prefer to lurk in the background.
I work in a franchise of a MAJOR fast food restaurant. At around 5 p.m. this afternoon, our manager very suddenly told us to stop selling chicken, even though we just started a huge national campaign featuring a 99 cent chicken item. We literally destroyed over 100 lbs of chicken with a specific distributor number and expiration date. No reason was given, but the instructions were very specific that we don't serve this chicken, and that nobody is allowed to take it home with them.
I'm concerned. I ate this chicken. My daughter ate this chicken. We used more than a case before we were told to destroy all remaining quantities.
Has anyone heard anything about a recall on chicken?
If it's a bacteria or virus problem, I'm not concerned, because we're very particular about safety protocols at my particular restaurant.
I have absolutely nothing to back this up, because I've been searching online for news for 3 hours, but I haven't found anything. Any information would be greatly appreciated.