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Tyson Foods is recalling about 52,000 pounds of chicken wings that may be adulterated due to an "off odor" scent, the USDA said in a release Tuesday.
The recall involves 28-oz. retail bags containing Tyson Any'tizers fully cooked hot wings chicken wing sections coated with a hot, tangy sauce with certain use by/sell by dates and packaging dates. The wings were produced on two days last month and shipped to retail locations throughout the country.
People who bought the item should not consume it and instead should return it to the place of purchase or throw it away, according to the release.
Tyson first discovered the problem with it received complaints about "off-odor" wings in addition to reports of consumers developing mild illness.
There have not been any confirmed reports of adverse reactions due to eating the product.
Customers with more questions can contact Tyson Foods at 866-328-3156.
To learn more about the recall, click here.