Tyson Foods recalled more than 190,000 pounds of ready-made chicken friezes because some might contain hard plastic, the US Department of Food and Inspection (FSIS) said on Saturday.
The frozen, ready-to-eat chicken fritters being recalled were handed over to institutional foodservice sites and not sold in supermarkets or grocery stores, FSIS wrote in a press release. Officials said they were notified yesterday Wednesday of reports of three people who found "foreign objects" in the burnt chicken fries that were released in the schools.
People did not report any injuries or other side effects after eating the chicken fritters. [1[ads1]9659004] Tyson Foods recalled chicken fritters sold to schools and other institutions. (FSIS)
The 8.2 pound bag of full cooked, whole grain, golden, crispy chicken pieces was produced on February 28 and came in 32.81-pound cases. They have the establishment number "P-1325" in the USDA mark for inspection.
FSIS categorized the recall as "Class I", which means the food was a health hazard and there was "reasonable likelihood that the use of the product would cause serious, adverse health consequences or death. . "
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Officials said they were concerned about the chicken fritters may be in food freezers and tell people to throw away the goods or return them to be replaced .