Tyson Meals Recollects 36,420 Kilos Of Hen Nuggets Over Potential Rubber Contamination

Tyson Meals, the most important meat processor on the planet, has recalled 36,420 kilos of rooster nuggets bought worldwide over rubber contamination considerations.

The corporate issued the recall for five-pound baggage of its absolutely cooked panko rooster nuggets after “a small variety of shoppers” reported discovering “small items of sentimental, blue rubber” within the product, Tyson Meals mentioned in a press release Tuesday.

No accidents have been reported in reference to the recall, Tyson Meals mentioned. The product was shipped to membership shops in 5 states ― Arizona, California, Illinois, New Jersey and Utah ― and contains product bought since Nov. 26, 2018.

For extra info on figuring out the recalled rooster nuggets and what to do when you’ve bought the affected product, learn Tyson Meals’ full recall discover.

Tyson Meals’ recall Tuesday marked the second rooster nuggets scare in per week. Perdue on Monday recalled over 16,000 kilos of “enjoyable shapes” rooster nuggets bought in 13 states over an undeclared milk allergen on some labels.