ALERT: Tyson Recalls More Than 52,000 Pounds of Putrid Chicken
Tyson has announced the recall of more than 52,000 pounds of chicken wings, according to the USDA. The Tyson® Any’tizers Fully Cooked Hot Chicken Wings have been pulled from shelves due to possible adulteration and an “off-odor scent.”
An unspecified number of people developed "mild illness" after eating the product, but there have been no reports yet of any serious illness or hospitalization as a result of consuming the product. The recall is a precautionary measure after reports of consumer complaints.
The fully-cooked Buffalo-style chicken wings were marked with use by/sell by dates of October 24, 2016 and October 25, 2016. If you have bought these products, you are being urged to dispose of them or return to the place of purchase. The contaminated products in question were distributed to retail centers nationwide.
Tyson’s last massive recall occured last January, when the company pulled 33,000 pounds of chicken nuggets off shelves after plastic was discovered inside the meat products.
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