2017-10-02T12:43:26+00:00Pritzker Hageman, P.A.Fred Pritzker 45 S 7th St, #2950 Minneapolis, MN, 55402 U.S.A +1.612.338.0202

Our Salmonella lawyers have offices in Minneap0lis, Minnesota, and represent clients with food poisoning claims throughout the United States.  You can call 1-888-377-8900 (toll free) to request a free case evaluation.

6 Salmonella Enteritidis cases in MN prompted Koch Meats to recalled 14 tons of Antioch Farms “Raw Stuffed Chicken Breast Breaded, Boneless Breast of Chicken with Rib Meat ‘A La Kiev’” from stores in 16 states. The recalled product has “sell by” dates of October 1, 2015 and October 7, 2015, with USDA establishment number “P-1358” on the packaging. Salmonella food poisoning, referred to as salmonellosis, can cause severe illness.

Minnesota Stores Involved in The Chicken “a la Kiev” Recall

  • Brinks Market in Chisago City;
  • Buchanan Grocery in Redwing;
  • Cub Foods;
  • Country Market in St. Francis;
  • Dragon Star Supermarket in Brooklyn Park;
  • Erdman’s Country Market in Kasson;
  • Festival Foods (Andover, Bloomington,Hugo, Edinburgh Center Dr in Minneapolis, );
  • Hackenmueller Meats in Robbinsdale;
  • International Falls City Market;
  • Jim’s Market in West St. Paul;
  • Jubilee Foods in Mound;
  • Knowlan’s in Maplewood and South St. Paul;
  • Korte’s Super Market in St. Paul;
  • Kowalski’s (Eagan, Minneapolis, Oak Park Heights, White Bear Lake);
  • Rainbow Foods (Maplewood, 2919 26th Avenue in Minneapolis, Richfield);
  • Superone Foods (Baxter, Cloquet, Crosby, Duluth, Hibbing, International Falls, Roseau, Thief River Falls, Two Harbors, Virginia and Walker);
  • Supervalu Foods in Minneapolis; and
  • Woodland Marketplace Foods in Duluth.

6 Cases of Salmonellosis in Minnesota Prompt Chicken Recall

The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) linked an outbreak of Salmonella food poisoning in Minnesota to Antioch Farms frozen, breaded chicken “a la Kiev” made by Aspen Foods, a division of Koch Meats, an Illinois company. MDA investigators purchased some of these products from stores and ran tests on them. They found Salmonella Enteritidis (bacteria) with the same genetic fingerprint (PFGE) as the Salmonella Enteritidis that sickened the 6 people who were part of the outbreak.

MDA got the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (USDA-FSIS) involved, and the recall was then issued by Koch Meats. FSIS posted a retail distribution list, which shows that the recalled product was distributed to 16 states. The Minnesota stores involved in the recall are listed above. In addition, the recalled products were distributed to and potentially sold by Albertsons in Colorado, Idaho, Montana and Shaws Supermarket in Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont.  Woodman’s in Illinois and Wisconsin. Superone Foods in Minnesota and Wisconsin.

If you have this product in your freezer, don’t eat it. Bring it back for a refund. If you think you or someone in your family was sickened by this product, call 1-888-377-8900 and request a free case evaluation. Attorney Ryan Osterholm has been working on this outbreak.  He, Brendan Flaherty and Fred Pritzker are lead lawyers for our Salmonella cases.