Consumer Lawyers

4100 Pounds of Chicken Recalled in December

In Uncategorized on December 15, 2011 at 5:39 pm

House of Raeford Farms, Inc., headquartered in Rose Hill, NC, today announced it is voluntarily
recalling a ready-to-eat chicken product due to potential presence of Listeria monocytogenes.

The Company is initiating this recall as a result of a sample submitted by an end user to an
accredited outside laboratory. The laboratory analysis indicated the presence of Listeria

The product being recalled is 4,141 pounds of House of Raeford – Royal Oven Roasted Skinless
Chicken Breast packed in 18.0-22.0 lb. cases containing two 9-11 lb. packages and shipped to
foodservice distribution centers in South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida. It carries the item code
94268 and a code date of 1270 (27 Sep 11). The recalled item was produced at House of
Raeford’s Further Processing plant in Raeford, NC bearing USDA Inspection number P-239A.

The recall is not connected with any reported illnesses or adverse reactions due to consumption
of this product. Consumers and media with questions regarding the recall should contact the
company’s Manager of Corporate Communications, Dave Witter, at 910-289-6895.



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