New York-based supermarket chain Wegmans announced recall of more than 1,000 pounds of chicken. The recall decision came after the report from a federal inspector that the supermarket has altered its production schedule. During an inspection the federal inspector found that Wegmans changed its production schedule and produced chicken items outside the affirmed hours of operation. Chicken items delivered on Sunday were never inspected.
The U.S. Bureau of Agriculture reported that it issued a Class 1 recall, named a circumstance that has “a reasonable probability” that consuming the item will bring about serious, adverse health outcomes or even death. There haven’t yet been any affirmed reports of unfriendly reactions from the chicken.
The chicken was sent to distribution and retail stores in Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Virginia. The supermarket chain, situated in Rochester, is putting forth full refunds for qualifying products.