On Friday, the US Department of Agriculture Food and Security and Inspection Service announced at Perdue Foods LLC. has recalled more than 31[ads1],000 pounds of chicken products due to possible contamination with foreign materials, including pieces of bone.
The products that were recalled were boiled chicken products that were produced on March 21, the agency said in a statement. The product label told consumers to use it by May 20.
The products include: Perdue Simply Smart Organics-wide chicken breast tender, Perdue Simply Smart Organics chicken breast nipple and Perdue Simply Smart breaded chicken breast strips. The recall also included bulk boxes with Chef Quik chicken offerings, boneless tender-shaped chicken breast patties with rib meat and bulk boxes with Chef Quik chicken breast strips shaped bread chicken breast patties with ribbed meat.
The products were shipped to dealers nationwide. The problem of cooked chicken products was discovered after consumer complaints. FSIS said it was concerned that some consumers put the product in the freezer and encouraged them not to eat it.
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"Reports of side effects due to consumption of these products have not been confirmed. Anyone who is concerned about injury or illness should contact a health care professional , FSIS says in a statement, officials have told consumers to waste their products or return it to the store where it was purchased.