Tyson Foods Inc. is recalling almost 40,000 pounds of its Weaver brand frozen chicken patties that may contain extraneous material.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service says the frozen chicken patties were produced on January 31, 2019. The recalled products have the establishment number P-13456 on the bag.
The product was shipped to retailers across the nation. Anyone concerned about an injury or illness related to the frozen food, should contact a doctor or healthcare specialist. To date, there are no injuries or illnesses reported as a result of consumption of this product.
If you or someone you know has the chicken patties, you are urged to eat them and throw them away, or return them to the store of purchase.
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