Californians who buy frozen nuggets- Tyson announces new 29,819 lb recall due to a minor oral injury

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Tyson Foods, a leading global food company, has issued a voluntary recall for approximately 30,000 pounds of its product, "Fun Nuggets," because they may contain metal fragments. California distributors are among nine states who received shipments now being recalled.
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If you have bought this product, the Food Safety and Inspection Service advises you not to consume it and dispose of it immediately. The presence of metal fragments in food products can result in severe injuries to the teeth, gums, and mouth, leading to choking, cuts, or other injuries. Eating contaminated food can also cause potentially serious gastrointestinal issues. Tyson Foods has reported a single minor oral injury due to consuming this product.

If you have purchased the affected product, please get in touch with Tyson Foods Consumer Relations at 1-855-382-3101 for more information on how to dispose of the product and receive a refund.

We urge all consumers to be cautious of food recalls and stay informed about the latest product recalls and food safety issues. Your safety and well-being are important, so it is essential to follow all food safety guidelines and properly store and prepare food products.

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