A nationwide recall of chicken products has been announced over concerns that it's been infected by a dangerous bacteria. On Wednesday, the USDA ordered Tip Top Poultry to recall a number of its ready-to-eat chicken products, which are sold in grocery stores all over the country. They believe the poultry has been infected with listeria monocytogenes, which "primarily affects older adults, persons with weakened immune systems and pregnant women and their newborns," USDA officials say.
The potentially-tainted items -- which include chicken salad, chicken pot pie and chicken wraps -- were produced between January 21st and September 24th, according to the USDA. People who have purchased these items are urged to throw them away or return them to their points of purchase.
I did some digging and found that these chicken products were sold here in California possibly at Food 4 Less.