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Trader Joe’s Recalls 61,000 Pounds of Chicken Soup Dumplings Over Contamination Concerns

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Trader Joe's Recalls 61,000 Pounds of Chicken Soup Dumplings Over Contamination Concerns

In a recent development, Trader Joe's is issuing a recall for approximately 61,000 pounds of its frozen steamed chicken soup dumplings due to potential contamination with hard plastic fragments from a permanent marker pen. The recall, initiated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS), emphasizes the importance of consumer awareness and safety.

Trader Joe's, a popular grocery store chain, has voluntarily recalled a specific batch of its frozen steamed chicken soup dumplings distributed to its stores. The concern arises from the possible presence of hard plastic pieces that may have. . .

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