USA: Chicken products recalled due to possible pesticide contamination, according to Georgia Department of Agriculture
Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture Tommy Irvin has announced that Gold Kist, Inc., is voluntarily recalling 421,000 pounds of chicken products because they may be contaminated with a pesticide. The chicken may be contaminated with Aldicarb (also known as Temik), a pesticide that is used on various crops including cotton and peanuts. The chicken was processed January 29 at the Gold Kist plant in Sumter, South Carolina, and was sent to Georgia and other states.
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