More Metal in Your Food: Chicken-Fried Chicken Breasts Recalled



Some days, everything goes well at work, and you return home to a well deserved hug from your loved ones and an ice-cold beer.

Other days, you drop a hand tool into a grinder, and small pieces of metal end up in a package of Fast Classics Chicken Fried Chicken Breasts.

And so Advance Pierre Foods of Enid, Oklahoma, has issued a voluntary recall of 1,200 pounds of chicken-fried chicken breasts that might be contaminated with small pieces of metal from the aforementioned hand tool dropped into a grinder.

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According to the USDA's announcement of the recall, the recalled packages were distributed to Wal-Mart locations in five states, including Missouri.

Specifically, the recalled packages of Fast Classics Chicken Fried Chicken Breasts have a lot number of 1522960202, a UPC number 75901-33100 and a best-by date of January 22, 2014.

There have been no reported injuries due to the recall. However, according to the USDA news release, two separate consumers complained about the small metal pieces in their chicken-fried chicken breasts.

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