April 23, 2018

Tyson Foods Recalls Chicken Tenderloins for Undeclared Soy

Tyson Foods is recalling about 127,000 pounds of uncooked breaded chicken tenderloins and uncooked chicken tenderloin fritter products because they contain undeclared soy, one of the major food allergens. There have been no reports of illness or reactions associated with the consumption of these products.

The recalled foods are 20 pound packages of “SPARE TIME Uncooked Chicken Tenderloin Fritters” with the establishment number “P-5839” inside the USDA mark of inspection and a case code of “7083861.” Also recalled are 10 pound packages of “Tyson UNCOOKED BREADED CHICKEN TENDERLOINS” bearing the establishment number “P-5839” inside the USDA mark of inspection and a case code of “7083928”. The products were produced between march 1, 2013 and March 27, 2013 and were shipped to food service companies nationwide for further distribution to restaurants and institutions. The cartons have package codes of “0603TYLxxxx”, “0663TYLxxxx”, “0733TYLxxxx”, “0773TYLxxxx”, “0813TYLxxxx”, or “0863TYLxxxx” under the product code. The xxxx represents a time stamp.

A marinade ingredient that included an incorrect sub-ingredient was not declared on the label. You can see product labels at the USDA web site. If you purchased this product, call Tyson Foods Consumer Relations at 866-886-8456.


  1. Stacie R. says:

    What happens to all that meat? Is it just destroyed ? All those poor chickens lose their lives for nothing! What a waste.

    • Linda Larsen says:

      I really am not sure, but I think that unopened packages are just relabeled. The chicken isn’t contaminated, it was just mislabeled.

  2. Martin E. Monahan says:

    Who manufactured the marinade? Did it reach any other company?

    • Linda Larsen says:

      We don’t know if the supplier sold that unlabeled product only to Tyson or if they had other customers.

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