Tyson Foods, Inc. has issued another recall for popular frozen, ready to eat chicken articles over concerns that it may be contaminated by a "foreign substance". The Arkansas-based company said approx. 69,093 pounds of chicken strips would be affected by the recall because the products may contain "metal pieces".
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According to a press release on the Food Security and Inspection Service website, the goods produced on November 30, 201
25-oz. plastic bag packs with frozen "Tyson Fully cooked spice knit chops Chicken strip free with Rib Meat" with best to date November 30, 2019 and case codes 3348CNQ0419, 3348CNQ0420, 3348CNQ0421 and 3348CNQ0422.
20-lb. cases of frozen "SAVING TIME Fully cooked, BUFFALO STYLE CHICKEN STRIPS CHICKENBREAST STRIP FRITTERS WITH RIB MEAT AND BUFFALO STYLE SAUCE" with best to date November 30, 2019 and case number 3348CNQ03.
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The revocation announced that the products were shipped to retailers nationwide. The company said it was first notified of a problem after receiving two complaints from the customers, but no adverse reactions were reported during the recall. Earlier this year, the company drew more than 36,000 pounds of chicken nuggets after receiving complaints about rubber material in their product.
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Consumers are required to refuse or return affected products to the point of purchase for refund. Those with additional questions are encouraged to contact Tyson Foods Consumer Relations, or the FSIS website.