"Tyson Foods" recalled more than 36,000 pounds of chicken Nuggets since federal sources mentioned that It could have been contaminated with rubber.
The product was withdrawn from the market company has received complaints common "Strange material" which some people found in their Panko Chicken Nuggets (packed white meat), mentioned on Tuesday United States Department of Agriculture.
Officials rated the Withdrawal of nuggets in class I, which means that there is a "reasonable probability" that the consumption of contaminated food causes serious consequences for the health or even death. Even so, no illness was reported, officials said.
"Tyson Foods," said consumers called the company after find small pieces of blue rubber soft in the nuggets. The company said the rubber was found in a "very small number" of packages, but decided to withdraw 36,420 pounds of product "as a precaution."
The products have been shipped to retail stores across the country, although it is unclear which ones. They were produced on November 26, 2018 and have an expiration date of November 26, 2019, according to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).
The officials said that the consumers who have bought and frozen return them or throw them away.
"Tyson Foods", with Arkansas Headquarters, produces a wide variety of pre-cooked and packaged chicken foods. There is a plant prosecution and sacrifice in Missouri, where it is said that the contaminated products originated.
The company withdrew about 3,000 pounds of its breaded products freezing because it contains plastic. In 2016, the company recalled 132,000 pounds of chicken nuggets supposedly contaminated rubber and by 2015, the company withdrew 52,000 pounds of chicken wings due to a "bad smell". He also recalled that that same year he dumped 16,000 pounds of his products Meat ground because of the possibility of E. coli.
Other companies have also withdrawn chicken products in the last month. "Perdue Foods" and "Harvest Food" removed thousands of pounds of ready-to-eat chicken meals eat because of "Incorrect marks and undeclared allergens". The company's products contain milk, a known allergen, but was not specified on the labels.
"Perdue Foods" He also recently retired. 68,000 pounds of chicken nuggets which would have been contaminated with wood, officials said.
A cake of raw ground pork, produced by Johnsonville, left the market for fear of contain rubberofficials said.