Lunds and Byerly's recalls chicken

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Lunds and Byerly's recalled some chicken products Thursday due to a possible contamination issue, a Star Tribune article said.

Products including marinated chicken breasts and chicken kabobs were part of the recall list, due to a possible listeria contamination, the article said.

No illnesses have been reported due to the chicken, said a Pioneer Press article.

They also said the Minnesota Department of Agriculture is doing a follow-up with the supplier.

The stores urged customers to return any of the recalled products to the store (no receipt required) for a full refund, a KARE11 article said.

Listeria is a food-borne illness that can be fatal to pregnant women, newborns and people with impaired immune systems, according to the Star Tribune.

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