Tyson Foods, one of the largest poultry companies in the United States, withdrew a batch of its chicken nuggets after customers found bits of blue rubber inside.
The company said it would withdraw more than 16,000 kg of chicken nuggets "very cautiously."
Security officials said they are concerned that some potentially contaminated products may remain hidden inside family freezers.
There are no injuries or adverse reactions have been reported, officials said.
However, the Food Safety and Inspection Service has asked buyers to discard the nuggets or return them.
The recall refers to bags of 5 kg of white meat nuggets coated with panko bread crumbs. The products, which had a "best if used" date of November 26, 2019, were shipped to the US.
"Consumers who have purchased these products are encouraged not to consume them, and should be thrown away or returned to the place of purchase," he said.
In June, Tyson issued a recall of about 3,100 pounds of frozen breaded chicken products. This memory was triggered by concerns that the nuggets were contaminated with plastic.