October 19, 2019

Journey Cuisine Recalls Pork and Chicken Products for Possible Listeria

Chelsea Food Services, doing business as Journey Cuisine in Colorado has recalled about 28,064 pounds of pork and chicken burritos and wrap products for possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination. One of the company’s products had tested positive for the pathogenic bacteria during the firm’s product testing. There have been no confirmed reports of illness to date.

The recalled products include: 8-pound case containing 16 frozen burritos of “KING Soopers BACON BREAKFAST BURRITO” with “Sell By” dates from 03/11/18 to 4/26/18; 8-pound case containing 16 frozen burritos of “KING Soopers CARNITAS POTATO BURRITO (Burrito Carnitas Caliente)” with “Sell By” dates from 03/11/18 to 4/26/18; 8-pound case containing 16 frozen burritos of “KING Soopers CHICKEN QUESO BURRITO” with “Sell By” dates from 03/11/18 to 4/26/18; 8-pound case containing 16 frozen burritos of “KING Soopers SPICY SAUSAGE BURRITO (Burrito Spicy Breakfast)” with “Sell By” dates from 03/11/18 to 4/26/18; and 4-pound case containing 8 sandwich kits of “SHAMROCK FOODS GRILLED CHICKEN WRAP” with “Use By” dates from 9/16/17 to 10/31/17.

The products have the  establishment number “EST. 19822” inside the USDA mark of inspection. These items were shipped to retail locations in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming.

Officials are concerned that some of these products are frozen and in consumer’s freezers. If you bought any of these products, do not eat them, even if you plan to cook them thoroughly. The products could cross-contaminate surfaces and other foods.

Throw them away in a sealed or double bagged package, or take them back to the place of purchase for a full refund. Then clean out your fridge or freezer with a mild bleach solution to kill any remaining bacteria. Wash your hands well after you handle these products.

King Soopers Burrito Listeria Recall

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