Trader Joe’s markets recall chicken burgers manufactured in Kent

A Kent, Washington company, Lucy’s Enterprises , has issued a recall on their chicken burger product. The recall includes 13,776 pounds of frozen ground chicken products because they may contain plastic and bone fragments. Specifically, the company is recalling chicken burgers distributed nationally by Trader Joe’s markets. The chicken burgers are sold in 16-ounce packages as “Trader Joe’s, Chile Lime Chicken Burgers” with the date code “3158” on the side of the box.These may be dangerous products and pose a choking hazard.

Trader Joe’s and Lucy’s have received some customer complaints about finding the foreign materials in the chicken patties. There have been no reports of injuries at this time. Lucy Enterprises Customer Relations Department number is (253(872-0783 and Trader’s Joes number is (626)599-3817.

The USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service has issued a Class I Recall and considers the product a High health risk. Check their web-site to find out more:

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0 responses to “Trader Joe’s markets recall chicken burgers manufactured in Kent”

  1. Meg says:

    I recently had pasta that I bought at trader joes and it had yellow plastic in it, a lot. I wasn’t sure if it was from the pasta or the sauce but after reading this article I am pretty sure it was the pasta. I also bought canned beans from TJ’s and it had black unedible objects in it, needless to say one bite of that and that chili went in the garbage!

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