"Tyson Foods" has recalled over 36,000 pounds of chicken Nuggets because it was mentioned by federal sources It could have been contaminated with rubber.
The product was withdrawn from the market after the company has received related complaints with "strange material" that some people found chicken nuggets in their Panko, said on Tuesday United States Department of Agriculture.
Officials categorized Nuggets Retirement in Class I, which means it exists "reasonable probability" that the consumption of contaminated food causes serious consequences for health or even death. However, no illness was reported, officials said.
"Tyson Foods" said the company was calling for it to find small pieces of blue rubber soft on nuggets. The company said the rubber was found in a "very small number" packaging, but has decided to download the 36,420 pounds of the product "as a precautionary measure".
Products have been shipped to retail outlets throughout the country, although it is not known which ones. They were made on November 26, 2018 and have an expiration date November 26, 2019, according to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA, its abbreviation in English),
The officials said that consumers who bought and frozen the products return or discard them.
"Tyson Foods", p Headquarters in Arkansas, produces a wide range of pre-cooked and packaged chicken foods. He has a race prosecution and victim in Missouri, stating that the contaminated products originated.
The company withdrew roughly £ 3,000 of its products in frost because it contains plastic. In 2016, the company recalled 132,000 pounds of chicken nuggets contaminated rubber and in 2015 the company lost 52,000 pounds of chicken wings due to a "bad smell", He also recalled that in the same year he dropped £ 16,000 of his products Beef because of the possibility of E. coli.
Other companies also picked chicken products in the last month. "Perdue Foods" and "Harvest Food" have eliminated thousands of kilograms of finished cooked dishes eat due to "Incorrect brands and unreported allergens", The products of the companies contain milk, a known allergen, but not on the labels.
"Perdue Foods" also recently retired 68,000 pounds of chicken nuggets which would have been contaminated with wood, the authorities said.
Cake from raw pork, produced by Johnsonville, has left the market due to fear of possibility contain rubberofficials said.