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Good Food Group, LLC recalls chicken products sold at Costco


Good Food Group, LLC has issued a recall of Ready-To-Eat Chicken products sold at Costco stores nationwide.

The recall includes approximately 130 pounds of fully cooked ready-to-eat curry chicken salad products due to misbranding and an undeclared allergen, The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced Monday.

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The products contain tree nuts, specifically cashews, that was not included on the product label, according to a release. 

The release stated the following Ready-to-eat curry chicken salad items produced March 27, 2018 are subject to recall:

  • 32 oz. deli cups with “Good foods, curry chicken salad, made with white meat chicken” on the lid
  • 32 oz. deli cups with “Good foods, artichoke & Jalapeno dip, with rbst-free* Greek yogurt” on the side of the cup

The products contain the establishment number “P-45623” inside the USDA mark of inspection and a lot code of 489221-2B, with a time stamp range of 23:30 to 00:30., the release stated.

A customer noticed that the deli cup container did not have a correct label on the side of the curry chicken salad products on April 2, 2018.

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Good Foods Group, LLC suggest these products be thrown away or returned.

Consumers can contact Good Foods Consumer Relations with questions at 1 (844) 872-6999. 


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