Arkansas-based Tyson Foods is recalling more than 69,000 pounds (31,297 kilograms) of frozen, ready-to-eat chicken strips because they may be contaminated with pieces of metal.

The U.S. Agriculture Department said Thursday the products were produced on Nov. 30, 2018, and have a best if used by date of Nov. 30, 2019. The products have the establishment number "P-7221" on the back of the packages.

The USDA says it received two complaints about the metal, but there are no confirmed reports of anyone being injured.

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The USDA is concerned the products could still be in freezers. Consumers should throw out the packages or return them to the place of purchase.

The recall comes after Tyson in January recalled some chicken nuggets because customers said they found pieces of "soft, blue rubber" inside.


Startling photos have emerged showing the unhealthy conditions Trinidadian children live in at a Kurdish-run camp in Northern Syria. Photos showed flies gathering on the mouth of a Trinidadian child and a festering infection on the scalp of the son of Trinidadian Amadi Alimayu, 32.

VALSAYN businessman Emile Sanowar has been charged with gun and ammunition possession while 22 women along with 19 men who were all detained by police on Monday at a house at Lady Chancellor Road have been released. Another man who was on the premises with cocaine in his possession has also been charged and he is expected to appear before a Port of Spain magistrate today. A relative of Sanowar was released.

The Government has denied a ­request for information regarding the sale of the Petrotrin refinery made by activist Suzette Louwe. Louwe made the request on September 2 under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), in which she sought access to a number of documents, including bid documents of Beowulf Energy, Klesh and Patriotic Energies and Techno­logies Company.

THE Government will in fiscal 2020 pay $30,500 a month to rent an office for Minority Leader Watson Duke. The information was disclosed by Finance Minister Colm Imbert in response to a question from Couva North MP Ramona Ramdial during examination of the Tobago House of Assembly in yesterday’s Standing Finance Committee meeting.