«

»

Salmonella Warning for Foster Farms

foster farmsSACRAMENTO, Calif. — A warning from the U.S. Department of Agriculture may impact the food in your fridge.

The USDA is issuing a public health alert about salmonella in Foster Farms Chicken. The product in question was sent to Oregon and California as well as Washington.

The impacted chicken includes: P6137, P6137A, P7632.

The government agency says nearly 300 people have been sickened from possible salmonella because of under-cooking or improperly handling the meat.

1 comment

No ping yet

  1. Steve Osborne says:

    I recently purchased a large amount of Foster Farms chicken from Sherm’s Thunderbird Market. After seeing your report today on the USDA warning I looked up your story online to find the lot numbers. All of my chicken packages have the “P6137″. I handled the raw chicken and cooked and ate some of it last night. How long until symptoms might arise and what should I do with the chicken.
    Thanks,
    Steve Osborne
    541-621-6538

Comments have been disabled.