Foster Farms says ready-to-eat grilled chicken breast strips may contain wheat and soy, but the labels may not say so. Since some people are allergic to wheat or soy and run the risk of an allergic reaction, the chicken strips are being pulled from stores.
The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation says the Foster Farms strips are sold in Alaska.
The recalled chicken has a Use-By Date of June 22, 2013 on the tray.
Go to dec.alaska.gov and click on recalls for more information.
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