Recall alert: Nearly 60k pounds of chicken nuggets recalled for possible rubber contamination – USA TODAY

Almost 60,000 pounds of chicken breast nuggets are being recalled since they “may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically versatile rubber product,” the Department of Agricultures Food Safety and Inspection Service revealed Sunday.
Pilgrims Pride Corporation, of Waco, Texas, is remembering 4-pound bags of “Pilgrims Fully Cooked Chicken Breast Nuggets” that were produced May 6 and dispersed to shops in four states, according to a news release.
The frozen ready-to-eat nuggets have a “Best-By date” of May 6, 2021 and lot code of 0127 and facility number “P-20728″ printed on the retail plan. The items were shipped to stores in Arizona, Idaho, Oregon, and Texas..
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” The issue was found after the firm got a consumer grievance reporting rubber pieces in the chicken breast nuggets product,” the release states.
According to the release, there have been “no confirmed reports of unfavorable reactions due to usage of these products” and recommends anyone worried about injuries or health problem to get in touch with a health care provider.
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” Consumers who have bought these products are advised not to consume them,” the USDA stated. “These items need to be thrown away or gone back to the place of purchase.”.
For questions about the recall, consumers can contact Pilgrims Pride Corporation at 800-321-1470.
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