Greater than 245,000 kilos of Banquet frozen rooster strips entrées have been recalled over considerations they could be contaminated with items of plastic, in accordance with the U.S. Division of Agriculture’s Meals Security and Inspection Service (FSIS).
Conagra Manufacturers, Inc. is recalling 245,366 kilos of frozen rooster strips meals with best-by dates of Dec. 11, 2024; Jan. 1, 2025; or Jan. 7, 2025, the FSIS introduced Saturday. The entrées have been produced on June 20, 2023; July 11, 2023; and July 17, 2023.
FSIS mentioned the recalled merchandise are “8.9-oz. cartons containing one entrée of ‘BANQUET CHICKEN STRIPS MEAL’ with finest if utilized by ‘DEC 11 2024,’ ‘JAN 01 2025,’ or ‘JAN 07 2025’ and lot numbers 5009317120, 5009319220, or 5009319820 positioned on the aspect of the carton.”
The recall is available in response to a shopper reporting that they suffered an oral harm after consuming one of many entrées.
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“The issue was found when the agency notified FSIS that it obtained a shopper grievance of plastic within the rooster strip portion of the product, which resulted in an oral harm related to consumption of this product,” the company wrote.
Impacted merchandise have the institution quantity “EST. P-9” printed on the aspect of the field. These meals have been shipped to retail places throughout the nation and bought on-line.
FSIS mentioned it has not obtained any further experiences of harm or sickness stemming from consumption of the rooster strips. The company urged anybody involved about an harm or sickness to contact a healthcare supplier.
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The company mentioned it “routinely conducts recall effectiveness checks” with a purpose to confirm the recall and notify the purchasers, and to make sure recalled merchandise are not obtainable.
Earlier this yr, Conagra Manufacturers recalled almost 2.6 million kilos of canned Vienna sausages and rooster merchandise resulting from considerations about contamination that will have resulted from packaging points.