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Tyson Foods Inc. Recalls Chicken Nuggets

April 7, 2014, 11:32 AM

Tyson Foods Inc. Recalls Chicken Nuggets

Tyson Foods, Inc. is voluntarily recalling some of its chicken nuggets.

The company said on Friday it's recalling five-pound bags of frozen white meat chicken nuggets sold at Sam's Clubs nationwide.

Some customers found small pieces of plastic in the nuggets.

The products affected are ones that have one or more of these codes on the package:

  • UPC Code 0-23700-02178 6 or 300-23700-02178 7
  • Item Number 16142-928
  • Manufacturer's Code 0264SDL0315 through 0319 or 0474SDL0311 through 0314
  • Best If Used By Dates of January 26, 2015 or February 16, 2015

Products sold in smaller packages or at any other retailer are not affected by this recall.

Click on the attached PDF below to learn more about the recall:

Tyson Recall.pdf

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