[Tyson Foods is massively expanding a previous recall for its brand of frozen, ready-to-eat chicken strips due to consumers finding pieces of metal in them.
The company issued a recall for 69,093 pounds of chicken strips on March 21, but it is now expanding that to 11,829,517 million pounds, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service.
The recall was announced on Saturday.
The FSIS had initially received two complaints of “extraneous material” in the chicken, but it has now received six complaints. There have been three oral injuries due to people biting into the chicken strips contaminated with metal pieces.]
Now, we need a screwdriver and a hammer to eat chicken.