BBQ Chicken Pizza Cited for Contaminants in Food Recall
An Illinois food manufacturer has recalled nearly 110,000 pounds of barbecue chicken products that may contain plastic and other foreign materials. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service reports that the following products have been recalled:
• 14-pound, 4-ounce cases of “Marketside™, 16″ BBQ CHICKEN PIZZA, 8-16″ Pizzas,” bearing case codes of “11016611,” “11016621,” “11016711,” or “11016721.”
• 28.5-ounce “Marketside™, 16″ BBQ RECIPE, Thin Crust, CHICKEN PIZZA”
Each box of recalled food bears the establishment number “P-2539B” inside the USDA mark of inspection. The BBQ chicken products were reportedly manufactured on June 15 and 16, 2010, and they were distributed nationwide. The manufacturer has told investigators that it discovered small pieces of plastic during production. Consumers with questions about the recalled products should call the manufacturer at 815-306-7171.
Companies that manufacture food and other products have a responsibility to produce safe products and can be held liable for damages if they make an unsafe product that causes injuries. If you have been injured by a faulty product, experienced Orlando product liability attorney James O. Cunningham may be able to help. Call him at 888-425-2004 today to schedule a free consultation.
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