Roundy’s Recalls Chicken Sold In Minn., Wis.

MILWAUKEE (AP) — Milwaukee-based Roundy’s Supermarkets Inc. is recalling about 360 pounds of breaded chicken breast that may have been undercooked.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture says the products were sold after Sept. 13 at deli counters in Illinois, Minnesota and Wisconsin. The agency says the product being recalled is no longer available for purchase, but consumers who already bought it should discard it.

The product is called “Chef’s Collection Chicken Milanese Breast.” The container has the identifying item code of “037496,” and lot code of “171589-2561.” Also, within the USDA mark of inspection is the establishment number “P-33997.”

The USDA says the problem was discovered after a consumer complaint. It says Roundy’s believes that one tray of chicken didn’t undergo the final cooking process.

No illnesses have been reported.

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One Comment

  1. Reasonable says:

    Luckily President Bachmann will get rid of the FDA and the USDA because regulations are bad for business!

  2. th says:

    I know you are being sarcastic by saying President Bachmann, but just the thought of something like that happening makes me cringe.

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