Breaded Chicken Recalled for Presence of Staph Toxin
Staphylococcal Enterotoxin has been found in gluten free breaded chicken products produced by Murry's Inc. in Lebanon, Pa. The toxin was picked up during a routine surveillance program, which has led to a traceback and recall of possibly contaminated product. There have so far been no report of adverse reactions due to consumption of these products
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Tags: Staph Enterotoxin
Date Published: October 27, 2014
Source article link: USDA FSIS