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Chicken Recall Issued by Fresno Foster Farms

If you're planning on barbequing for the 4th, you might want to check your freezer.

The Foster Farms plant in Fresno is issuing a new recall for some of its chicken because of a salmonella risk.

The use-by or freeze-by dates go from March 21st through March 29th of this year.

You also want to take a look at the number on the bottom of the label.

Check to see if your chicken has these numbers: P-6137, P-6137a, or P-7632.

If so, it is part of the recall.

So far, one person is sick because of the recall.

If you have any of the above numbers on your chicken package labels, you should either throw it away or take it back to where you bought it.

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