Palmetto Chicken Salad LocationsSimply enter your zip code and click SEARCH to find locations within a 25 mile radius or click on the arrow button to find your location automatically. Please note that the stores listed on our map are those that have Palmetto Chicken Salad as an approved item in their "system" and available to them. If you do not find Palmetto Chicken Salad in your store, please request it through the Deli Manager or by completing a Customer Feedback Card at Costco. We have learned that customer requests are very effective!
Frequently Asked Questions
- NO CARBS
- NO MSG
– Peanuts (Palmetto Chicken Salad does not contain peanuts. The facility that our chicken salad is made in DOES NOT use or create products that contain peanuts.)
– Shellfish (Palmetto Chicken Salad does not contain shellfish. However, the facility that our chicken salad is made in DOES use or create products that contain shellfish.
Where can I find Palmetto Chicken Salad?
Palmetto Chicken Salad is available at Food Lion and IGA locations (View Map). If you would like your store to carry the new product, please ask the Deli Manager to order Palmetto Chicken Salad. The UPC code for Palmetto Chicken Salad is 896040001233.
How does Palmetto Chicken have the extended shelf life without adding Artificial Preservatives?
In order to naturally extend the shelf life of our Palmetto Chicken Salad, we use High Pressure Processing (HPP). HPP is a cold pasteurization by which products, already sealed in final packaging, are introduced into a vessel and subjected to a high level of hydrostatic pressures. The technology is a natural, environmentally friendly process that helps maintain fresh food characteristics including the original nutrition, texture, and taste.
To learn more about this process, please visit: https://truefreshhpp.com/what-is-hpp/
Is the chicken in Palmetto Chicken Salad hormone and steroid free?
The all natural chicken used to make Palmetto Chicken Salad originates and matures on local U.S. family farms without the use of growth hormones or steroid supplements and has been minimally processed. In its fresh state, there are no added artificial ingredients, coloring, or chemical preservatives.
Is Palmetto Chicken Salad only available at Food Lion?
Palmetto Chicken Salad is a new product and at this time is only available at select Food Lion locations. If you would like your store to carry it, please ask the Deli Manager to order Palmetto Chicken Salad.
How long does Palmetto Chicken Salad stay fresh?
The “Expiration” date on the tub represents the last day our product is at its peak quality of freshness, taste, and consistency. After the expiration date, the product should be discarded. Additionally, after opening the tub for the first time, it should be consumed within 7 days.
How can I get my local grocery to carry Palmetto Chicken Salad?
You can visit your local grocer and find the deli manager. Ask them if they can look into ordering Palmetto Chicken Salad and let them know it’s made by the company that makes Palmetto Cheese.
Does Palmetto Chicken Salad contain any citrus?
Yes, lemon juice is found in the mayonnaise used in Palmetto Chicken Salad.
Do you ship Palmetto Chicken Salad?
Palmetto Chicken Salad is not available for shipping at this time.
Does Palmetto Chicken Salad contain MSG?
Palmetto Chicken Salad does not contain MSG (monosodium glutamate).
Can you recycle the plastic container and lid?
Our containers are made of Polypropylene (#5) plastic and our lids are made of Low Density Polyethylene (#4) plastic. These types of plastic are able to be recycled, providing the resources and facilities are present in your community. Many communities offer curb side pickup or have “drop off” locations that will accept a wide variety of plastics, including #4 and #5.
As an additional resource, the link below directs you to a website which allows you to input your zip code and the type of material you have (in the case of Palmetto Cheese, Polypropylene #5 and Low Density Polyethylene #4) to see if your community accepts these materials and where you take them if required. Click here for more information.