Over 2 Million Pounds of Chicken Products Recalled 

The ready-to-eat chicken products may contain undeclared allergens.

If dairy does not work wonders for your body, you’re going to want to take note: Tyson Foods Inc. has recalled nearly 2.5 million pounds of ready-to-eat breaded chicken products due to misbranding and undeclared allergens. The undeclared allergen is milk, which isn’t listed on the product label.

Per the press release, the issue was discovered on June 6th, after an ingredient supplier alerted the company to the fact that the bread crumbs used for the chicken products may contain undeclared milk. The items to check your freezer for include bulk cases of breaded and fully cooked Tyson products, like whole-grain breaded chicken patties and more. You can see the full list of recalled products and the case codes to look for here. The items were shipped for distribution nationwide.

If you find the products in your freezer, the company suggests you dispose of them or return them to wherever you purchased them for a refund.

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