The frozen chicken bites were produced on Aug. 30, 2016, Feb. 1, 2017, Feb. 9, 2017 and April 25, 2017. Products affected by the recall include:

  • 3-oz. boxes of Yummy Spoonfuls Chicken Carrot Bites
    “Best Before” 02/01/18, 02/09/18 and 4/26/2018.
  • 3-oz. boxes of Yummy Spoonfuls Chicken Sweet Potato Bites
    “Best Before” 02/01/18 and 02/09/18.
  • 3-oz. boxes of Yummy Spoonfuls Chicken Broccoli Bites
    “Best Before” 08/30/17, 02/20/18 and 4/10/18.
  • 30-lb. bulk cases of Overhill Farms brand: Fully Cooked Organic Chicken Broccoli Bites Chicken and Vegetable Patty
    Case code 320422 and packaging date 08/30/16.
  • 30-lb. bulk cases ofOverhill Farms brand: Fully Cooked Organic Chicken Carrot Bites Chicken Patties With Carrots And Cauliflower
    Case code 320460 and packaging date 02/09/17.
  • 30-lb. bulk cases of Overhill Farms brand: Fully Cooked Organic Chicken Sweet Potato Bites Chicken Patties With Sweet Potatoes, Quinoa & Peas
    Case code 320430 and packaging dates 02/09/17 and 04/25/17.

Affected products contain the following establishment numbers inside the USDA mark of inspection – “P2824,” “P6009,” or “P44058.” Click here to view product labels.

“We learned from one of our suppliers that a small number of Yummy Spoonfuls products may contain chicken bone fragments,” Alastair Dorward, CEO of Yummy Spoonfuls, said in a statement on the company’s website. “While the risk is low, the health and wellness of our children and customers is paramount, so we have proactively withdrawn the affected chicken bites from store shelves, and have voluntarily issued a recall in collaboration with USDA.”

If you purchased any recalled baby food you should discard it immediately or return it to the place of purchase for a refund.

To date, no injuries or adverse reactions have been associated with the recall, according to the the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS).

Yummy Spoonfuls Recall

Source: FOX6 News

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