Recall Issued for Chicken Nuggets

A recall for thousands of pounds of chicken nuggets has been issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The recall is for Applegate Farms chicken nuggets which Perdue Foods, LLC produces. The chicken nuggets have the potential to be contaminated with plastic materials resulting in the recall of 4,530 pounds of nuggets. The recalled items were produced on September 28, 2015, and distributed in 8-ounce boxes. All individuals in possession of the chicken nuggets should check for packages labeled with the product code “P-2617” and Best By Date of 9/27/16. Fortunately, no injuries have been suffered due to the contaminated nuggets.

Most consumers assume that the food they consume is safe and will not cause injury or illness. Unfortunately, thousands of food products are recalled every year for being contaminated with diseases, foreign objects, or other dangerous materials. Numerous consumer goods are recalled yearly, such as toys, electronics, vehicles, and food, and tragically, most of the recalls occur after an individual has suffered an injury, property damage, illness, or death. Fortunately, product liability laws protect the rights of consumers that suffer damages.

If you have sustained damages due to a dangerous or defective product, it is important to contact the law office of Meyerkord & Kurth. Our St. Louis personal injury attorneys will fight to hold any manufacturer responsible for their negligence that leads to the suffering of others. We believe you should receive the maximum compensation for any damages and will work to obtain it. Contact our office today to receive a free consultation from one of our experienced attorneys.

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