January 24, 2019

Two Chicken Salad Products by Cafe Spice and Duke Recalled for Undeclared Allergens

Two chicken salad products, one by Cafe Spice GCT and the other by Duke Sandwich Productions, are being recalled for undeclared allergens. One was packaged in the wrong packaging, and the other contains undeclared milk, one of the major food allergens.

Cafe Spice GCT is recalling about 289 pounds of chicken salad products because it was packaged with a chicken wrap label, and does not declare milk that is in the product. These products were produced on January 12, 2018.

The recalled product is 15 ounce clamshells labeled “southwest-style chicken wrap” but actually contains southwest-style chicken salad. The best by date is January 20, 2018. The product has the establishment number “EST. P-34641” inside the USDA mark of inspection. This chicken salad was shipped to retail locations nationwide. The problem was discovered by a retail customer, who notified the company.. NO confirmed reports of adverse reactions have been received to date in connection with this issue.

Duke Sandwich Productions is recalling about 743 pounds of chicken salad products for misbranding. The products were packaged with two different names. The chicken salad was packaged in a pimento cheese container, but has “Chicken Salad” on the lid. The recall notice does not say which allergen is in the product, just that is is being recalled for misbranding.

The recalled product is Duke Sandwich Company Chicken Salad in 12 ounce plastic cups. They were produced on December 27, 2017, and have a sell by date of January 31, 2018. The product has the establishment number “EST. P-34048” inside the USDA mark of inspection. They were sold in Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia.

If you bought these products, do not eat them. Throw them away or take them back to the place of purchased for a refund.

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