The items subject to recall were produced between Oct. 15, 2017, and Oct. 15, 2018, and shipped directly to consumers in the following states: California, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Maryland, Michigan, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania and Texas.
The approximately 174,207 pounds of chicken wrap products contain vegetables that may be tainted with salmonella and listeria bacteria, according to a recall notice issued Saturday by the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS).
Specific products affected by the recall include:
- 4.5-oz. plastic packages containing “Jenny CRAIG CHICKEN WRAP WITH BBQ SAUCE,” with lot codes WO0096753S10, WO0097880S10, WO0098216S10, WO0098565S10, WO0098923S10, WO0100691S10, WO0100692S10, WO0101746S10, WO0101861S10, WO0102176S10, WO0102469S10, WO0102758S10, WO0103920S10, WO0104247S10, WO0104353S10, WO0104615S10, WO0104995S10, WO0106312, WO0106312S10, WO0106945S10, WO0107556S10, WO0108694S10, WO0108695S10, WO0096753S02, WO0097880S02, WO0098216S02, WO00982416S02, WO0098565S02, WO0098923S02, WO0100691S02, WO0100692S02 and WO0101746S02.
FSIS says the problem was discovered October 14 when SK Food Group was notified that the vegetables used to make their chicken wrap products were being recalled by their vegetable supplier due to concerns about bacterial contamination.
If you purchased any Jenny Craig Chicken Wraps that are affected by this recall, you should not eat them, and either discard them immediately or contact Jenny Craig about a refund.
To date, no food poisoning illnesses have been linked to the above products, FSIS said.
Source: CBS Pittsburgh