Tyson Foods Expands Chicken Strip Recall

Tyson Foods is recalling close to 12 million pounds of
frozen, ready-to-eat chicken strips that may be contaminated with “extraneous
materials” – according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and
Inspection Service. The recall of 11.8 million pounds of product is an expansion
of a previous one that was issued in March that included 69,000 pounds of
chicken strip products. The USDA says that since March six complaints had been
filed involving metal pieces being found in the product – with at least three
people complaining of injuries to the mouth. The recalled items have
establishment number “P-72221” and were produced from last October to March 8th
of this year. Use By dates on the package are October 1st 2019
through March 7th of 2020. People who have the recalled chicken
strips in their freezers are encouraged to throw them out or return them to the
place of purchase. 

Read more about the recall here