April 17, 2002
Barbara Radwin Corporation Has Recalled fresh
chicken salad products
Northridge, CA (SafetyAlerts)
- United States Department of Agriculture, Food Safety and Inspection
Service, (FSIS) said that Barbara Radwin Corporation has recalled
approximately 2,700 pounds of fresh chicken salad products that contain an
undeclared allergen (eggs).
Eggs are known
allergens. Persons who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to eggs run the
risk of possible allergic reactions if they consume this product.
The product being recalled is 12 oz. packages of "TRADER JOE'S CURRIED
CHICKEN SALAD." Each package bears a sticker with one of the following
"Use By 04-15-02,"
"Use By 04-16-02,"
"Use By 04-17-02,"
"Use By 04-18-02,"
"Use By 04-19-02,"
"Use By 04-20-02,"
Each package also bears the establishment code "P-6247" located inside the
USDA seal of inspection.
The product was produced between April 9-13 and was distributed to retail
stores in Arizona, California, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington state.
"We urge consumers to check their refrigerators and freezers," said Ronald
Hicks, acting FSIS administrator. "If they find the product listed above,
consumers who are allergic to eggs should not eat them, but return them to
the point of purchase."
The problem was discovered and reported to FSIS by Barbara Radwin
Consumers and media with questions about the recall may contact Barabara
Radwin, president, at (818) 341-9981.