The recall was issued after a customer of King Soopers complained about a discolored product. Red Bird Farms says no illnesses or other injuries have been linked to the recalled chicken strips.

The recalled products were sold in 1.1-pound white trays of boneless chicken breasts and strips, with a “Sell-By” date of August 20 and the “Red Bird Farms” brand-name.

The recall involves 243 cases of boneless skinless chicken breasts and 108 cases of chicken strips with 9 trays per case. The lot numbers include 720177 and 720199 with Establishment #P-8139.

Red Bird Farms is offering a full refund and asks consumers to return the recalled products to the store where it was purchased.

For more information about the recall, consumers can call Josh Deaner with Red Bird Farms at 303-934-2200 between 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. MDT.

Source: Red Bird Farms recalls more than a ton and a half pounds of chicken breasts sold at King Soopers

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