More than 2 million pounds of chicken products recalled, may contain metal

Raw chicken breast in frying pan seasoned with pepper garlic and thyme with fresh herb and mezzaluna as well as a pepper mill in the back

Consumers in Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Georgia, Minnesota, Oklahoma, and Pennsylvania should check their fridges for potentially contaminated poultry products, authorities say.

And in July, Michigan-based Ada Valley Gourmet Foods, Inc recalled almost 3,500 pounds of raw ground beef meatloaf products over a contamination of broken metal bits.

The Simmons recall was announced today by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS).

The recalled chicken items were produced from October 21 through November 4. "That is why Simmons has issued a precautionary and voluntary recall of approximately 2 million pounds of fresh and frozen chicken products".

The recalled Simmons product names, case codes, lot numbers, and establishment numbers can be found here.

A fur cop, Ma’am: Queen ‘going faux’ delights animal campaigners
Bass said that she hoped the news would send a positive message that fur was no longer considered fashionable. Queen Elizabeth II has been queen of England since 1952.

Although there have been no confirmed reports of bad reactions as a result of consuming the recalled products, anyone who is concerned about an injury or illness related to a Simmons product is asked to contact a healthcare provider.

Customers are urged not to consume the products and either throw them out or return them to the store where they were purchased for a refund. When available, the retail distribution list (s) will be posted on the FSIS website at www.fsis.usda.gov/recalls.

During further processing, Arkansas's Simmons Prepared Foods Inc. recently discovered extraneous metal in its poultry production in the town of Gentry.

Those with food-safety questions can call the USDA Meat and Poultry Hotline at 888-674-6854.

Related News:



Most liked

Ceiling collapse at West End theatre leaves several people injured
The sound got louder after a few minutes before eventually a section of the ceiling crashed in onto the auditorium. The play stars American actor Wendell Pierce .

Tyson Fury sends message to Deontay Wilder
Wilder, who is preparing for his upcoming rematch with Luis Ortiz on 23rd November, accused Fury of "not wanting" a rematch and claiming 'he never wanted it'.

Yemen government reaches deal with separatists
The south was an independent state before being forcibly unified in 1990, and the STC has said it wants to regain its lost status. The deal was brokered by Saudi Arabia - and aims to end months of violence between government forces and UAE-backed fighters.

Fossil unveils stylish new hybrid smartwatches with incredible battery life
Earlier this year, Google reportedly paid $40 million for Fossil smartwatch technology that could enable hybrid watches. Like all hybrids this has mechanical hands, leaving it looking a lot like a conventional watch.

Sheriff: Murder suspects who fled California jail arrested
Salazar was arrested on July 7, 2018 for a murder that was committed in October 2017, according to the Salinas Police Department. Monterey County Jail inmates Santos Fonseca, left, and Jonathan Salazar, right, escaped from custody on Sunday, Nov. 3, 2019.

Chile’s protests shrinking in size after almost 3 weeks
A survey by pollster Cadem published on Sunday indicated that 87 percent of Chileans favored such reforms. Some citizens returned to work despite vandalism that has damaged the underground train network.

Priyanka on Kevin Jonas: He's the brother who always has my back
The Jonas Brothers recently wrapped up their Happiness Begins tour after a long run, which started in August in Miami, Florida. While Nick's photo shows the brothers having a fun time, Priyanka's post shows an unseen photo from her wedding with Nick .

Pro-Beijing lawmaker Junius Ho stabbed in Hong Kong
The present protests that broke out in June this year over an extradition bill swiftly transformed into a full democracy protest. Ho later said his ribcage blocked the blade, meaning he only suffered a small wound, the Associated Press reported .

Martin Scorsese Explains Why He Believes Marvel Movies Are 'Not Cinema'
Mr Tamir said Scorsese took a chance by inking a deal with Netflix, and he was taking a similar chance by running the film. The filmmaker rued it was a "perilous time" in film exhibition. "There are fewer independent theaters than ever".

California Attorney General Says Facebook Hasn't Adequately Complied With Subpoenas
The state is looking into whether Facebook violated California law by deceiving users and misrepresenting privacy practices. On Wednesday, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra offered few details about the probe.

Lasers can seemingly hack Alexa, Google Home and Siri
Amazon Black Friday deals will also contain its contain merchandise adore the Echo fluctuate, Fire pills, and Kindles. The researchers said they notified Tesla, Ford, Amazon, Apple and Google to the light vulnerability.

Majority think Trump will be reelected in 2020, poll shows
In contrast, 5 percent said they are "not too motivated" and 3 percent said they are "not motivated at all". Twenty-seven percent said it was "very likely" to happen; 29 percent said it was "somewhat likely".

Dutch Airport Shut Down, Rumours of Armed Hijackers on Flight to Spain
Local reports have said the situation has now "been ended", but it is currently unclear what has happened to resolve the incident. This is a GRIP 3 report - that means that there is a potential threat to the well-being of the population within a municipality.

Woman Fired for Flipping Bird at Trump's Motorcade Wins Election
Briskman told The Post in July that she wanted to turn that gesture toward Trump into tangible change in her community. Trump had just finished a round of golf at his course in Potomac Falls, Va., when his motorcade approached Ms.

Xerox Makes Offer to Take Over HP
Norwalk, Connecticut-based Xerox, on the other hand, has seen its shares jump 84% this year following a cost-cutting round. Both companies have been fighting to come up with solutions to a decline of demand for printed documents.