August 8, 2008

 

Tyson recalls chicken products over undeclared soy
  
  

Tyson Foods is recalling more than 51,000 pounds of frozen raw chicken breast tenderloins as soy, a known allergen, was not declared on the product's label, according to the company on Thursday (August 7, 2008).

 

Tyson said the meat came from a plant in Vicksburg, Mississippi between July 23 and August 1, and was shipped to Tyson's foodservice distributors nationwide.
 
The following products are subject to recall:
 
10-pound cases of "Standard Quality Uncooked Fritters, Old Fashioned Chicken Breast Tenderloins," with the packaging date of "7/23/08" printed on the side of the box.
 
10-pound cases of "Sysco Uncooked, Fritters, Chicken Breast Tenderloins," with the packaging dates of "7/24/08" and "7/29/08" printed on the side of the box.
 
10-pound cases of "Heritage Valley Uncooked Steakhouse Chicken Breast Tenderloin Fritters," with the packaging dates of "7/23/08," "7/24/08" and "8/01/08" on the side of the box.
 
20-pound cases of "Spare Time Uncooked Fritters, Chicken Breast Tenderloins," with the packaging date of "7/23/08" printed on the side of the box.
 
10-pound cases of "Tyson Uncooked Chicken Breast Tenderloin Fritters," with the packaging date of "7/25/08" on the side of the box.

 

So far, the USDA has received no illness reports associated with the product.

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