Starbucks has pulled a recently released morning chicken sandwich from its stores after determining on Friday that it did not live up to its standards of quality.
On June 26, Starbucks reportedly announced a voluntarily "stop sell" for its chicken, maple butter, and egg sandwich.
Starbucks said any accusations that a specific disease was brought on by the item are just untrue.
Unconfirmed allegations on social media state that a few people got sick after eating the sandwich.
Any stories relating the cease sale to disease are untrue, according to Starbucks, which asserted that the quality problem it discovered would not cause a foodborne illness.
Starbucks said that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has not issued a recall despite the agency not immediately responding to a request for comment.