Tyson recalls chicken wings due to 'off-odor'

Some consumers reported mild illness

Tyson Foods recalled more then 52,000 pounds of chicken wings, because they may have an “off odor” smell, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service said Tuesday.

Some consumers reported that their Tyson Any’tizers hot wings had an off smell and caused mild illness when they were eaten.

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Tyson Foods alerted the Food Safety and Inspection Service who could not confirm any adverse reactions to the chicken.

The organization does advise anyone who has purchased the following product to throw them away or return them:

  •  28-oz. retail bags containing multiple pieces of “Tyson® Any’tizers® Fully Cooked Hot Wings® "Chicken wings coated with a flavorful hot, tangy sauce” with use by/sell by dates of October 24, 2016 and October 25, 2016, packaging dates 2975PBF0508-23/2985PBF0500-01 and case codes 2975PBF0508-23/2985PBF0500-01. The package will contain the establishment number “P-13456” inside the USDA mark of inspection.

 Click here for more information about the recall.

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