The recall only affects packages sold in the refrigerated case.
Perdue Foods is voluntarily recalling more than 16,000 pounds (approximately 21,348 packages) of Fun Shapes Refrigerated Chicken Breast Nuggets.
The poultry company announced on Monday that the dinosaur-shaped nuggets were not packaged with the proper back panel label and have “an incorrect ingredient statement that did not have the milk allergen declared on the package.”
“After receiving a customer inquiry, we conducted a comprehensive investigation and have isolated this to an error during a specific time frame of the production run of Perdue Fun Shapes Refrigerated Chicken Breast Nuggets,” says Jeff Shaw, Perdue’s vice president for quality assurance.
Although customers may also have frozen, fully-cooked chicken nuggets in their fridge, the recall only affects packages sold in the refrigerated case.
If you have this type of chicken in your fridge, look for the lot code date stamp range on the back of the package. The range of 17009010-19009010, a “use by” date of March 11, 2019, and the UPC Code 72745-00129 means you have an affected product.
There have been no reports of illness associated with this product.
For a full refund, contact Perdue Foods at 866-866-3703.