Several ready-to eat chicken products, other meats recalled by USDA

The USDA has issued recalls for ten ready-to-eat chicken, beef, and pork producers for a total of 43 products since Wednesday due to misbranding, Listeria concerns, and “undeclared allergens.”

According to the administration, the products recalled include Tyson Foods breaded chicken and Conagra Brands which produces spaghetti and meatball Chef Boyardee products.

The recalls stems from a cracker and breadcrumbs provider that may have used “undeclared milk” in their ingredients.

The USDA says there have been no illnesses reported but consumers who bought any of the products should be thrown away or taken back for a refund.

To see a full list of all companies and products under the recall, click here.

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