USA: AG Commissioner announces voluntary Tyson chicken recall
Agriculture Commissioner Tommy Irvin announced yesterday that Tyson Foods has voluntarily recalled 2.3 million pounds of chicken products shipped nationwide and to international locations from its Rogers, Arkansas plant due to possible under processing. "All of the affected products will have P-7221 inside the USDA seal on the label," Commissioner Irvin said. "Consumers should check the packages for that number first, then check the other information identifying the specific products which are being recalled. If the information matches, consumers should not eat the product and should return it."
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