Chicken salad recall 2012: Harold Food recalls chicken salad products, Michael Foods egg recall related

By on Feb 8, 2012 in Food, Health, United States Comments

Harold Food Company, in Bear Creek, North Carolina, announced on Tuesday, February 7, 2012, a voluntary recall of their chicken salad products, in relation to the recent Michael Foods egg recall.

According to a press release at FSIS.USDA.gov that day, Bost Distributing Company doing business as Harold Food Company is recalling approximately 1,200 pounds of chicken salad products, which was identified as Class 1 recall.

Apparently, this chicken salad recall is related to the latest egg recall launched in 34 US states due to possible Listeria contamination, where various prepared food firms such as Allison’s Gourmet Kitchens and Wegman Food Markets were affected.

As noted in the report, the recall is for 30-lb. boxes of Harold Food Co. Grand Strand Deluxe Chicken Salad with sell-by date of February 15, 2012 and establishment number P-20479 inside the USDA mark of inspection.

The affected chicken salad products were reportedly sent to a distributor in South Carolina for further distribution to retail establishments in North Carolina and South Carolina, but there were no related illness reports.

Nevertheless, the company noted that the said products may have been repackaged as sandwiches under a brand other than Harold Food Co. and no longer bear the identifying information mentioned above.

For more information about this chicken salad recall, the public is being invited to contact Bost Distributing Company‘s General Manager, Jeff Bennett, at (919) 775-5931.



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