Tyson Foods Recall Chicken Nuggets
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recall has been issued by Tyson Foods recently. Allegedly, the recall has been
put into place as a result of a minute amount of complaints regarding
plastic inside of chicken products that were manufactured by the company.
The plastic reported to be inside of the chicken products was reported
to be “hard and white,” which is completely unsafe for consumption.
Therefore, Tyson Foods has decided to voluntarily initiate this recall
on their products. The specific chicken products affected by the plastic
were Tyson Food’s panko chicken nuggets, which are fully cooked
and were sold at Costco stores across the United States, and 20-pound
chicken patty cases, which were sold wholesale to a Pennsylvania store.
The company, based in Springdale, Arkansas, is taking precautionary steps
by initiating the recall. Although Tyson has only allegedly received a
“small amount” of complaints, the recall will affect a more
than 132,000 pounds of chicken product. Thankfully, no customers of Tyson
Foods have suffered injuries due to the plastic-affected chicken.
Dangerous products are often recalled to protect consumers. In the case
of food products, defective food can cause symptoms of food poisoning
and other complications. The Saint Louis-based team of personal injury
attorneys at Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC have handled dozens of food
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