Tyson Foods has expanded their frozen crispy chicken strips recall after complaints from consumers that the strips have foreign materials such as pieces of metal in the strips.
The original recall was announced in late March 2019 and involved three varieties of chicken strips according to an article by Consumer Affairs.
The products were shipped to various locations nationwide. The original recall involved over 69 thousand pounds of chicken.
Increasing the Size
With the announced expansion, the total number of recalled chicken products is up to over 11 million pounds.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture said they are aware of 6 individuals so far who have found foreign materials within the product, with 3 stating that their mouths have been injured as a result.
The affected products have the product number P-7221 on the back of the package. If individuals discover they have an affected product they are encouraged to throw them out or return them to the place of purchase.
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