Before you eat the frozen chicken strips, you should be careful. Tyson has recalled 69,093 pounds of frozen, ready-to-eat chicken strip products. The products may contain foreign materials, in particular metal parts, according to the Federal Food Safety and Inspectorate.
25-ounce sacks of Frozen Tyson chicken strips with chicken breast strips (chicken breast strips with ribbed meat and buffalo sauce) and Tyson Cooked Crispy Chicken Stripes (FSIS) are among the products subject to the recall, according to the Department of Food Safety and Inspection (FSIS). Chicken breast strips with rib meat) and 20 ounces. Bag of steamed Buffalo chicken strips (chicken breast strips with ribbed meat and buffalo sauce).
The frozen ready-to-eat chicken strips were made on November 30, 201
Tyson reported that two consumers found metal fragments in the products, causing the company to call back. No illness or injury has been reported by the products, but consumers are urged not to consume these items and to discard or return Tyson products that may be affected by the recall.