April 14, 2021

Coborn’s Recalls Chicken Salad Products For Possible Listeria

Coborn’s Inc. is recalling some chicken salad products for possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination. This recall was triggered by the recall of ready-to-eat frozen cooked chicken produced by Tip Top Poultry of Rockport, Georgia. That company recalled all their chicken produced between January 21, 2019 and September 24, 2019 on September 30, 2019. No illnesses have been reported to the company to date in connection with these recalled products.

These recalled sandwiches were sold at Coborn’s and Cash Wise stores in Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota, and in Marketplace Foods stores in Western Wisconsin. Some were also sold online. Each of the following products may have been sold at some specific stores.

The recalled products include these products sold per pound out of the Dei Service Case at all Coborn’s, Cash Wise, and Marketplace Foods locations and online: Cashew Chicken Salad with UPC number 207063XXXXX; and Chicken Salad Spread, with UPC number 207066XXXXX.

These products were sold at each Deli Self Service areas at all Coborn’s, Cash Wise, and Marketplace Foods locations and online: Chicken Salad on Marble Rye with UPC number 205118XXXXX; Chicken Salad Wrap with UPC number 206983XXXXX; Chicken Salad Sandwich with UPC number 207209XXXXX; and Chicken Salad Croissant Sandwich with UPC numberĀ 207275XXXXX.

Spicy Chicken Salad with UPC number 207198XXXXX sold per pound out of the Deli Service Case in Coborn’s Delano, MN location only in store and online is recalled, along with Southwest Chicken Taco Pasta with UPC number 207074XXXXX. Finally, Pulled Rotisserie Chicken Cold with UPC number 206982XXXXX is recalled; it was sold per random weight container in the Deli Self Service area at Coborn’s Pinecone Road location in the Sartell Minnesota location only and online; along with Chicken Salad Spread with UPC number 733147-10489, which was sold in 12 ounce containers at the Deli Self Service area at all Coborn’s, Cash Wise, and Marketplace Foods locations and online.

If you purchased any of these products, do not eat them. Discard them in a sealed container in a secure garbage can or take them back to the place of purchase for a refund.

Coborn's Recalls Chicken Salad Products For Possible Listeria

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