Sure. Most pathogens in poultry are put there during the plant processing. I worked in a plant in high school. Nasty. Game birds used to be allowed to ripen by hanging up till the heads fell off.
I don't think there is an issue with the safety of your purchase. It would take a long time for the product to thaw out even if the door was partially open. The freezer compressor would keep turning itself
I don't think you have anything to worry about. The turkey breasts had not thawed out so they are safe to eat. There really isn't an issue here with the safety of the turkey breasts. Good question though
It will be safe to eat if it was kept under refrigeration after the custard is cooked. The cooking process is the controlling point. It should be consumed within 7 days after cooking since spoilage organisms
I'm a believer, for the most part, in the Atkins approach where a low carbohydrate / high fat diet is good for you. I went to a vegan seminar recently that believed in a zero added fat vegan diet. There's