Tyson Foods, Inc. has recalled two varieties of Tyson’s Boneless Chicken Wyngz because of undeclared food allergens. The breaded chicken snacks that were recalled have milk, soy, and eggs not stated on the label.
Approximately 67,269 pounds of frozen chicken, sold as Honey BBQ Flavored Boneless Chicken Wyngz, have been recalled. The packages actually contained Buffalo Style Boneless Chicken Wyngz, which contain the allergens soy, milk, and egg. The misused bag does not declare these allergens.
No illnesses or allergic reactions have been reported as a result of the mix-up. However, those with an allergy or sensitivity to eggs, milk, or soy may risk an allergic reaction if they eat the recalled chicken. If you have the recalled chicken wings and food allergies, you are advised not to eat the chicken. Anyone experiencing an allergic reaction should seek medical attention.
Which Packages Were Recalled?
The recall included Tyson Boneless Chicken Wyngz Buffalo Style, in a 25.5 oz package, with a UPC code of 2370001405. It also included Tyson Boneless Chicken Wyngz Honey BBQ Flavored, in a 25.5 oz package, with a UPC code of 2370001493. The recalled packages had best by dates of August 7, 2013 and August 8, 2013. The recalled chicken was produced on August 7 and 8, 2012, and distributed to retail stores nationwide.