This recall is very important because it covers a variety of different products and can be very dangerous for the health of consumers.
While most products involve just one specific package or packaging date on them, this recall covers a variety of different minced chicken packages and products. As a consumer, you need to be very careful that you pay attention to this recall and take back any of the foods that are a part of the recall. Here are the recall details that you need to know.
Where it is Sold
This product is sold specifically by Lenard’s grocery stores and Lenard’s outlets. It is only sold in the Western Australia area. The product is only the Lenard’s minced chicken. Other brands of minced chicken products are safe for consumption.
What the Product Is
As mentioned, there are different products from the same distributor that are a part of the recall. These include the following:
- Minced Chicken Sausage
- Minced Chicken Patties
- Thai Chicken Burgers
- Lenny Pops
- Mixed Vegetable Loaf
- Hi-Top Muffins
- Mini Strudel
The products are sold with packaging dates between November 27, 2012 and November 30, 2012.
The recall has been put into place because these minced chicken products could include wood and metal pieces. These pieces could cause choking and other injury to those who consume them. This is a very dangerous recall and anyone who has any of the products in their home should take them back to the store where they purchased them.
There is a specific recall hotline that has been opened by Lenard’s Foods. For more information, a consumer can call 800 068 111. If you have consumed any of the recalled minced chicken products and you believe you have been injured, then make an appointment with your physician first and foremost.