Mislabeling Prompts Recall of 100,000 Pounds of Frozen Chicken

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By Ed Adamczyk

Nearly 100,000 pounds of chicken was recalled because of mislabeling and the undeclared presence of eggs, an allergen, the USDA announced.

VICS Acquisition, a Harlingen, Texas, food processor, is recalling 99,975 pounds of frozen chicken sold under the happi foodi and Southeast Grocers brands. The products contain eggs, an allergen known to cause immune problems in some consumers. The presence of eggs is not mentioned on the label.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety

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