SPRINGDALE, AR - Tyson foods has announced a recall of one of its chicken products.
The United State Department of Agriculture says more than 39,000 pounds of the company's Weaver brand frozen chicken patties are under the recall.
The fully-cooked chicken could be contaminated with extraneous materials. The USDA's food safety and inspection service says the problem was discovered after consumers complained.
The potentially affected chicken was produced on January 31st of this year.
The recall covers 26-ounce resealable plastic bags of the chicken, with a best-if-used date of January 31, 2020.
The items have one of eight particular lot codes on the label.
No illnesses or injuries have been reported.
Consumers who have the chicken in their freezers are urged to throw the product away or return to the store where it was purchased for a refund.
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