Chicken products sold at Walmart stores recalled; here’s what we know

Published 6:46 am Wednesday, December 21, 2022

A packaged chicken product sold at Walmart stores — including some in Alabama — have been recalled, the store announced because it may contain an allergen that might make some people sick.

InnovAsian Cuisine Enterprises, Inc. is recalling Crispy Chicken with Almonds because it may contain shrimp that was not listed on the product label due to mislabeling. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to shellfish run the risk of a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product.

The recall was initiated after it was discovered that the product has potentially been mislabeled and may contain shrimp. Mislabeling is a risk for consumers that may have a shrimp allergy. This recall is being made with the knowledge of the USDA.

No illnesses have been reported to InnovAsian to date. Any consumer with a shellfish allergy that may have consumed this product should contact a physician. InnovAsian is working diligently with its retail customers in an effort to remove the potentially affected products from store shelves and from distribution.

This is an isolated incident and the only product impacted is the lot code and best by date noted below.

For a list of Walmart stores affected visit here.

Recalled Product:

18.5 oz Crispy Chicken with Almonds

Lot: 22321-1
(lot code located on back panel – bottom right corner)
BBD 05-24-23
(best buy located on back panel – bottom right corner)
Carton UPC 695119120499
(UPC code located on right side panel)
Consumers who have purchased these items are advised to return products to the store where they were originally purchased and contact InnovAsian for a full refund or replacement at 1-800-324-5140.