Expresco Foods – Recalls Listeria Contaminated Chicken

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Expresco Foods Incorporated decided to recall some of there chicken on August twenty third two thousand seventeen. This was a voluntary recall of twenty thousand four hundred forty six pounds of already cooked frozen chicken skewers. They were afraid some of this chicken may have been contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.

This chicken was packaged between August nine through fifteen two thousand seventeen. Two types of chicken were recalled.

* Hand Made West End Cuisine Grilled Mediterranean Style Chicken Breast Skewers
* Expresco Grilled Garlic & Herb Chicken Skewers

This is a Canadian Corporation. This chicken was shipped to retail outlets in Arizona, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, Michigan and Texas. No reports of any illness from this chicken have been confirmed.

A routine inspection was performed which alluded to the possible Listeria contamination. This chicken should not be consumed. It is recommended that you either discard this meat or return to place of purchase.

I was not able to obtain information pertaining to possible refunds for this product. However, you can call Expresco Foods at 1-800-205-4433. You would think they would pass out refunds for chicken possibly tainted with Listeria.

As a raw food vegan this does not affect my daily life, since I do NOT consume animal products. There are constant food recalls in America. Many of them deal with animal products.

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Aaron J. Berg is the creator of this Veganarchism blog, host of the Veganarchism podcast, and Veganarchism video content creator. He started blogging and speaking against the system back in 2009. Now he blogs, podcasts, and produces video content for your benefit.
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