Tyson just recalled 52,486 pounds of chicken wings after that were reported to have an "off odor" scent," the USDA said in a statement today.
The Tyson Any’tizers Hot Wings (marked with the case codes 2975PBF0508-23/2985PBF0500-01) were recalled after customers reported a "mild illness" after eating. Yikes. The USDA urges those who've already purchased these hot wings to throw away or return them to the supermarket. Probably should just throw them away, have you ever tried to return microwaveable chicken wings?
Not the best month for microwavable foods: first SpaghettiOs recalled 355,000 cans of their delicious noodles after pieces of red plastic lining from the can got into the O-ey pasta cans. Now our burning-hot wings are making us sick? When will the carnage end?!
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Jeremy Glass is a writer for Thrillist and likes his wings tepid.
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