Tyson recalls more than 36K pounds of chicken nuggets nationwide

Tyson recalls more than 36K pounds of chicken nuggets nationwide

The panko chicken nugget items were produced on November 26, 2018.

Tyson Foods Inc. recalled more than 18 tons of its chicken nuggets after some consumers discovered rubber in the product. They also have the number P-13556 inside the USDA mark of inspection.

Consumers should look for the case code 3308SDL03 marked on five-pound bags of the nuggets and discard or return them to the place of purchase.

Those nuggets were sold nationwide.

They may have been a bit too late though, as the recall was triggered by an outbreak of human illness from consuming the product. Tyson was forced to recall frozen, breaded chicken products for essentially the same reason last June.

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Safety officials said they are concerned that some potentially contaminated products may remain stashed inside households' freezers.

If you have any questions regarding the recall, call Perdue Consumer Care art 1-866-866-3703.

Tyson Foods, headquartered in Arkansas, produces a variety of packaged and precooked chicken meals and has a slaughtering and processing facility in Missouri, where the possibly contaminated products originated. No adverse reactions have been confirmed, though the health risk is listed as "high".

Both the Tyson and Perdue recall were made in cooperation with the FSIS.

Tyson shares were marginally up about 0.5 percent in afternoon trading. A photo illustration of Chicken Nuggets on February 16, 2018 in London, England.

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