Did you receive a notification about Tyson Chicken Breast Strips Grilled? A recall has been issued and for the first time, I received a message from my Safeway app explaining that someone in my household possibly purchased a recalled item!

Recalled Item

Recall: Tyson Chicken

Product: Ty Chichen Breast Strip Grilled

Pack Type: 8

Size: 22 oz

UPC: 2370001625

Effective Date: 07/04/2021

Reason: Potential Listeria monocytogenes contamination

The crazy thing about all these recalls is most of the time, you have already eaten the item OR it's gone bad because it's past due. In this case, I thankfully hadn't gotten around to eating any yet so I am good but what about you?

What Do You Do Next?

If you still have the item, you can bring it to the store and receive a refund. If you aren't interested in receiving the refund please make sure to dispose of it properly so animals and others can't get to it.

Where Can I Stay Updated with Recalls?

Thankfully if you worry about the safety of your food or are just curious about what currently is being recalled and why you can CLICK HERE and the list will be updated as the recalls come in

Current Recalls That Might Interest You

  • July 19th, 2021 Give and Go Prepared Foods Corps issued a voluntary recall of certain muffins
  • July 16th, 2021 Green Dining Table, Inc. recalls frozen pork dumplings due to misbranding and undeclared allergies

Grab Them Apps

I am a huge fan of saving money and feeling even more cared for now that I know, if I purchase something that gets recalled, I'll receive a notification. Now let's just hope no one eats these items within the time of purchase and recall notification. The struggle is real! Good luck and happy eating!

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