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Tyson Foods Recalls 8.5 Million Pounds of Poultry

Tyson Foods recalls 8.5 million pounds of frozen, cooked chicken products due to the possibility of listeria contamination. The recall was announced Saturday night by the firm and the Food Safety and Inspection Service of the United States Department of Agriculture. Tyson branded and private label restaurant products are included in the recall, including Jet’s Pizza, Casey’s General Store, Marco’s Pizza, and Little Caesars.

The CDC also issued a food safety alert, stating that the goods – which were transported nationwide to merchants and institutions such as hospitals, nursing homes, restaurants, and schools – were contaminated – it’s possible that it’s tied to a listeria outbreak that’s resulted in three infections and one death.CVS has updated its ExtraCare program to include speedier rewards and a free birthday gift. This is how you can get additional ExtraBucks. According to Tyson Foods, the goods in question were produced between December 26 and April 13 at a single plant in Dexter, Missouri. According to Tyson’s news release, a list of the shops that sold the impacted goods was not accessible on Saturday but would be released on the USDA website in the future.

The establishment code P-7089 appears on each packaging of the recalled products. The USDA website and Tysonfoods.com have a complete list of the recalled products. According to the US DA, consumers should not eat the products and should either throw them away or return them. In addition, businesses should not serve or sell the recalled products, according to the CDC.

Customers with questions about the recall can phone or text 1-855-382-3101, which says customer service specialists will be accessible from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CDT Sunday through Friday. The three persons who became ill in this outbreak, according to the CDC, ate foods supplied at a long-term care home or hospital between April 6 and June 5. Two of the infections occurred in Texas, while the other occurred in Delaware.

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