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Certain chicken breakfast sausage products recalled from Trader Joe's

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DiLuigi Foods has recalled around 3,500 pounds of chicken breakfast sausage products from Trader Joe's.

According to the company, the packages were not branded correctly and could include allergens.

The one-pound packages from Trader Joe's were shipped nationwide.

If you have the breakfast sausage, throw it out or return it.

For more information on the product being recalled, click here

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