February 22, 2019

Two Brands of Chicken Nuggets Recalled For Allergens and Rubber

Two brands of chicken nuggets have been recalled. Tyson Foods is recalling theirs for foreign material, and Perdue Foods is recalling their product for undeclared allergens.

Tyson Foods is recalling 36,420 pounds of chicken nuggets products that may be contaminated with foreign materials, more specifically pieces of rubber.  No adverse reactions have been reported with this issue, although consumer complaints revealed the problem.

The Panko chicken nuggets were produced on November 26, 2018. The recalled item is 5 pound plastic packages of “Tyson White Meat Panko Chicken Nuggets,” with a “Best if used by” date of NOV 26 2019. The case code on the product is 3308SDL03 and time stamps are 23:00 through 01:59 (inclusive). The products have the establishment number “P-13556” inside the USDA mark of inspection. They were shipped to retail locations nationwide.

Perdue Foods is recalling Fun Shapes Chicken Breast Nuggets because they contain milk, one of the major food allergens, that is not declared on the label. Anyone who is allergic to milk, or who is lactose intolerant, could have a serious reaction if they eat this product. No allergic reactions have been reported to date.

The recalled products is 12-ounce packages of “Perdue Fun Shapes Chicken Breast Nuggets,” with a use by date of MAR 11 2019 and lot codes 17009010 – 19009010. These products have the establishment number “P-369” inside the USDA mark of inspection. They were shipped to retail locations in  Connecticut; Delaware; Washington, DC; Maine; Maryland; Massachusetts; New Jersey; New York; Ohio; Pennsylvania; Rhode Island; Vermont; Virginia; and West Virginia.

A retail store notified the company of an incorrect label.

If you purchased either of these items, don’t eat them. Throw them away or take them back to the place of purchase.

Perdue Chicken Nuggets Recall

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