30,000 Pounds of Chicken Kiev Recalled over Salmonella Concerns

If you have uneaten chicken kiev in your freezer, don’t eat it until you verify that it was not included in a recent recall. On October 24, 2014, the USDA Food Safety & Inspection Service issued a recall of almost 30,000 pounds of chicken kiev due to a possible link to salmonella. To date, at least six illnesses have been linked to this particular chicken.

The recalled chicken kiev can be identified by the following:

  • Is partially prepared chicken that was sold under the Anitoch Farms brand name
  • Contains the sell by dates of October 1, 2015 and October 7, 2015
  • Include the number P-1358 inside the USDA mark of inspection
  • Packages are the single 5-oz variety in plastic packets
  • Can be described as: Raw Stuffed Chicken Breast Breaded, Boneless Breast of Chicken with Rib Meat "A La Kiev"

If you purchased, consumed and contracted salmonella as a result of this recalled chicken kiev product, you may be entitled to recover compensation for your damages. The defective product attorneys at Golomb Spirt Grunfeld have decades of experience handling cases involving food-born injuries, and we will ensure your rights are protected every step of the way,

Please contact Golomb Spirt Grunfeld today to schedule your free defective product consultation. We serve clients nationwide from our offices in Philadelphia.

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