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Hawaii company expands recall of May's teriyaki chicken products

By Associated Press

LAST UPDATED: 01:12 a.m. HST, Dec 25, 2013

The U.S. Department of Agriculture says a Kapolei company is expanding its recall of frozen May's Hawaiian style chicken products.

The department's Food Safety and Inspection service said Tuesday Palama Holdings is expanding its recall to nearly 25,000 pounds because of possible improper storage temperature during distribution.

The expanded recall covers all teriyaki chicken products produced at the company's Kapolei plant. They're stamped with best-by dates ranging from Sept. 24, 2014 to Nov. 6, 2014.

The company last week started recalling 10-pound boxes of May's Hawaiian style boneless and skinless teriyaki chicken thighs.

The recall now includes five-pound boxes containing two sealed packages of the teriyaki chicken and two-pound boxes with one sealed package of the product.

There have been no reports of adverse reactions from consuming the chicken.

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Mythman wrote:
Love the boneless thighs over a charcoal grill on the beach.
on December 24,2013 | 04:14PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
u may not like em after u get E. coli poisoning lol
on December 25,2013 | 04:11PM
Maneki_Neko wrote:
Stuff is addictive.
on December 24,2013 | 04:57PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
Yes, and maybe the recall is a precaution because of a mechanical operator falling asleep at the temperature wheel, similar to Pubic, which incidentally rhymes with Subic (Bay in the Phillipines).
on December 25,2013 | 04:13PM
tigerwarrior wrote:
I'll stick with my organic chicken thighs and breasts from Costco--thank you very much.
on December 24,2013 | 05:34PM
Kealii wrote:
Hmm, well I do like thighs and breasts and the fact you can get them in bulk at Costco, even better. Thank you very much.
on December 24,2013 | 07:00PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
Breasts? Omg
on December 25,2013 | 04:13PM
Mythman wrote:
on December 25,2013 | 02:44PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
on December 25,2013 | 04:14PM
dlum003 wrote:
Friend just told me he got the squirts from the teriyaki burgers
on December 24,2013 | 06:50PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
lawsuit coming
on December 25,2013 | 04:14PM
retire wrote:
Meat sold in bulk is always risky.
on December 25,2013 | 11:27AM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
Yes because of mass production difficulty, unless one is Microsoft.
on December 25,2013 | 04:15PM
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