I'm sure with Thanksgiving this week, anything but juicy turkey, creamy mashed potatoes, and warm pumpkin pie is on your mind... But listen up and pay attention. There's been a Trader Joe's recall. Here's everything you need to know.

The Recall

Trader Joe's has recalled select packaged poultry salads in 11 states over concerns of glass and plastic pieces. This includes the White Meat Chicken and Curried White Chicken Deli salads sold in Arizona, California, Utah, Colorado, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas.

And unfortunately, this also includes the seasonal favorite, the Turkey Cranberry Apple Salads, which has been recalled Arizona, California, Utah, Nevada, Oregon, Idaho, and Washington state.

What To Do About It

OK, so bummer, you have like two of these in your fridge right now and you live in the mentioned states above. Here's what you need to do.

First, check the label. If your package contains the USDA "inspected" code P-40299, and has a "Use By" date of 11/10 through 11/21, your salad may be impacted. Next, if you haven't eaten it by today, either throw that stuff out or return the salad to TJ's for a full refund. 

Scarily, glass and plastic recalls happen more than you'd think, usually due to process plant equipment breaking during food production. All affected unsold poultry products have been destroyed, so you can pick up your next container without worry. But, maybe wait until after consuming the biggest meal of the year, because you know you're about to have hella leftovers.