Schnucks Recalls Chicken From 25 Cities In The Midwest
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Schnucks, a popular Missouri-based regional supermarket chain, has issued a
recall of certain marinated grilled chicken breasts out of concern that they
may be undercooked. Schnucks Kitchen of O’Fallon, Missouri, issued
the recall on Friday of their Butter Garlic Grilled Marinated Chicken
Breasts found at 16 locations in Missouri. The recall also affects stores
in other states, including two in Indiana and eight in Illinois. Undercooked
chicken can cause serious and possible life threatening illnesses, and
customers should discard immediately.
Schnucks are encouraging all customer who may have bought the Butter Garlic
Grilled Marinated Chicken Breasts at the Deli/Chef’s Express department
on Wednesday or Thursday to bring the product or receipt back for a refund
at affected stores. According to officials, it is unknown if any illnesses
have been linked to the recalled chicken. Schnucks says the affected Missouri
stores are in St. Louis, Creve Coeur, Twin Oaks, Ballwin, Richmond Heights,
Eureka, Arnold, Farmington, St. Peters, Cottleville, Washington and Columbia.
The Illinois locations are in Carbondale, Centralia, Edwardsville, Granite
City, Loves Park, Pekin, and Rockford. The only affected stores in Indiana
are in Evansville. All questions can be answered by the Schnucks headquarters
in O'Fallon during normal business hours.
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