Whole Foods Chicken Salad Recalled; It Doesn't Contain Chicken

It's actually tuna salad
By Evann Gastaldo,  Newser Staff
Posted Jul 3, 2017 6:32 PM CDT
Whole Foods Chicken Salad Recalled; It Doesn't Contain Chicken
This June 5, 2017, photo, shows the exterior of a Whole Foods Market in Andover, Mass.   (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)

If you recently bought "buffalo style chicken salad" at Whole Foods thinking it was, well, chicken ... it might not be. The retailer is recalling approximately 404 pounds of product that was mislabeled as chicken salad but is actually cranberry apple tuna salad, Mashable reports; the affected packages were distributed to stores in New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut. If you have a 12.5-ounce plastic container of the aforementioned "chicken salad" from Willow Tree Poultry Farm in your fridge, check it for the number P-8827 inside the USDA's inspection mark to know if it is included in the recall. The USDA says there are no confirmed reports of any adverse reactions to the mislabeled salad yet (it was a Whole Foods employee who noticed the mistake), but tuna is a known allergen. Full details of the recall here. (Read more Whole Foods stories.)

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