Missouri Walmarts Recall Chicken Breasts

Walmarts in Carthage, Neosho, Joplin, Springfiled, Monett, Webb City, Aurora, Republic and Nixa, have pulled chicken breasts which may contain pieces of metal. The U.S. Department of Agriculture said Saturday that thousands of pounds of these chicken’s must be recalled.

Chicken Recalled From Walmart

The USDA said that Advanced Pierre Foods is recalling 1,200 pounds of Fast Classics chick breasts. The recall came after they received 2 consumer complaints. According to authorities, a metal tool fell into the grinder and tainted the chicken breasts. Mistakes of this nature may results in food poising or physical injury.

Advanced Pierre Foods recalled their 22.75 ounce pouches of the Fast Classics chicken fired chicken breasts, as well as, the 22.75 ounce pouches of chicken breasts. In order to find out if you have the recalled chicken, you will need to check inside the USDA mark of inspection. If it contains: P-2260Y and a best by date of 1/22/2014, you should immediately contact Advance Pierre Consumer Affairs at (855) 328-8888.

If you have received an injury as a result of consuming the chicken breasts, seek immediate medical attention. A Missouri product liability lawyer will answer any questions you may have regarding your right to reimbursement for your harms and losses. Call 314-409-7060 to discuss your rights.

Christopher Dixon

Personal Injury Attorney at The Dixon Injury Firm
Christopher R. Dixon is the managing attorney and founder of The Dixon Injury Firm. The Dixon Injury Firm has helped injury victims recover over $35,000,000 through verdicts, settlements and judgments. Chris is recognized as a Top 100 Trial Lawyer by the National Trial Lawyers Association, and among their Top 40 Under 40 Trial Attorneys. Recognized as a Lifetime Member of Million Dollar Advocates Forum, Chris aggressively fights for those injured through the careless, negligent and intentional conduct of others. Call today for a FREE consultation by calling 314-409-7060 or toll-free 855-402-7274.

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