August 12, 2022

Huxtable’s Kitchen Recalls Barbecue Chicken Salads for Possible Listeria

It seems like Listeria is the bacteria of the day! Huxtable’s Kitchen of California is recalling about 5,610 pounds of barbecue chicken salads because they may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. The salads may contain Gills Onions that were recalled July 18, 2012. That recall was expanded on July 26, 2012.

The produt is “Trader Joe’s BBQ Chicken Salad” sold in 14.5-ounce trays. The salad packages have the establishment number “P-11079” inside the USDA mark of inspection. Use-by dates through July 30, 2012 are on a sticker. The product was produced between July 20, 2012 and July 24, 2012 and distributed to retail establishments in Arizona, New Mexico, Southern California, Southern Nevada, and Texas.

Huxtable’s Kitchen was informed by a supplier that the diced onions are subject to an FDA recall. There have not been any reports of illnesses associated with the consumption of this product. For questions, call the company’s Director of Quality Assurance, Juan Castro, at 323-923-2885.

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