MoH: Do not buy Tyson Chicken Nuggets expiring in November
The Ministry of Health has noted that Tyson Foods Inc., in conjunction with the US Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service, is recalling 36,000 pounds of frozen chicken nuggets.
This step was taken after consumers reported finding soft blue pieces of rubber inside this food product.
The Ministry says as a result and out of the abundance of caution, consumers are warned not to purchase Tyson Chicken Nuggets with the best by November 26, 2019: case code 3308SDL03, time stamp ranging from 23:00 hours to 01:59.
While there have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions due to its consumption, consumers are advised not to consume this product.
Additionally, wholesalers are advised to voluntarily recall this product with immediate effect.
Representatives from the Chemistry, Food and Drugs Division and the Office of the Chief Public Health Inspector will conduct inspections at wholesalers, retailers and other establishments which offer food for sale. This is to ensure that this product is not consumed.
Anyone who has purchased the affected product should contact the Ministry of Health’s Chemistry, Food and Drugs Division at the toll-free line: 800-2333 (CFDD) or 623 2834 / 623-5242 and email: email@example.com or the office of the Chief Public Health Inspector at 645-4589 firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Ministry of Health says it will continue to monitor the situation and advise the population, as necessary, to ensure the health and safety of the population at large.