Tyson Recalls Over 11 Million Pounds Of Chicken
Tyson has issued a massive recall affecting nearly 12 million pounds of chicken strips.
According to CBS News, Tyson Foods Inc. has recalled 11.8 million pounds of chicken strips. Specifically, they're frozen, ready-to-eat chicken strips. The recall is because of possible metal contamination. The recall was announced on May 4, 2019 that was in addition to a prior recall of ver 69,000 pounds of chicken strips from March 2019.
CBS News states that the recall comes from multiple consumer complaints. There have been a total of six complaints. Three of those complaints were regarding alleged oral injuries from the product.
Tyson's website reports that the products recalled all have the establishment code P7221 and a “use by” date of October 1, 2019, to March 7, 2020. These products were sold to wholesalers and retailers and were distributed across the U.S.
If you feel you have an affected product, Tyson encourages you to should cut the UPC and date code from the packaging, discard the product and call 1-866-886-8456.
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