Tyson reviewed more than 69,000 pounds of frozen chicken strips on Thursday since they may contain metal, as indicated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
The frozen, prepared to-eat chicken strips were produced on Nov. 30, 2018 and were shipped to retail locations across the nation, the department said in a discharge.
The reviewed items all have “BEST IF USED BY NOV 30 2019” printed on them and have a foundation number of “P-7221″ on the back of their packaging.
The issue was found after the department’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) got two grievances that metal was found in the chicken strips, authorities said.
The department said that there were no reports of “adverse reactions” from any individual who has eaten the chicken and that any individual who was worried about a “injury or illness” should call their doctor.
FSIS said it was worried that individuals may have chicken strips in their freezers and any individual who does was asked to either discard them or return them to the store from which they were acquired.
The review comes about two months after the organization reviewed 36,420 pounds of frozen chicken strips after bits of rubber were found in them.