Tyson Foods, one of America's largest poultry companies, has withdrawn a chicken nugget dose when customers found inside the blue rubber.
The company said it would remember more than 36,000 pounds (16,300 kg) of chicken nuggets "from plentiful caution".
Security officials said they were worried that some potentially contaminated products could remain hidden inside household freezers.
No injuries or side effects were reported, officials said.
However, security and inspection food service told urgent buyers to get rid of norg or return them.
The appeal concerns 5 lb bags of white meat nuggets covered in pan loaves. Products that had the "Best Used if Used" date on November 26, 2019 were shipped across the United States.
"Consumers buying these products are forced not to use them, and these products should be discarded or returned to the point of purchase," he said.
In June, Tyson issued an appeal for approximately 3,100 pounds of frozen chicken products. This remark was caused by fears that nuggets were contaminated by plastic.