Trader Joe’s Chicken Dumplings RECALLED!

( – Trader Joe’s chicken dumplings are the most recent food recall and affects nearly 61,000 pounds of chicken soup dumplings; they’ve been taken off the shelves and customers have been advised to throw them out.

The recall was enacted because the chicken dumplings may contain plastic, according to U.S. regulators. The dumplings were made by the California CJ Foods Manufacturing Beaumont Corp, and they stated that the dumplings may be contaminated with “plastic pieces from a permanent marker pen.” These plastic pieces have been identified by multiple buyers, but it has not caused any physical harm to a consumer.

Multiple people called reporting that they found hard plastic pieces inside their Trader Joe’s dumplings and although there have been no injuries or illnesses reported, there is a recall for the product.

The FSIS, or the Food Safety and Inspection Service, said that customers with the product should return it to Trader Joe’s for a refund or they should discard the product. Trader Joe’s spoke out saying that “customer safety is their number one priority” and the company is currently investigating the incident. The product is identified by the name “Trader Joe’s Steamed Chicken Soup Dumplings” and has lot numbers 3.07.25Cl-1 and 03.07.25.Cl-2 for the affected batches.

The number one reason for United States food recalls continues to be foreign object contamination such as plastic, metal, pieces of insects, and other “extraneous” materials that have been found in foods prompting recalls across the United States.

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