Check your freezer a massive recall by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service has been issued.

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According to the department, 26,550 pounds of TGI Friday boneless Chicken Bites are being recalled. They say,

TGI Fridays boneless chicken bites products that may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically pieces of clear, hard plastic, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS).

Customers are being told to check their boxes and look for the number "P-20287" located inside the USDA mark of inspection—these items were shipped nationwide. The recall comes after reports from customers complaining that there was clear, hard, plastic found under the breading of the boneless chicken bites.

The product in question was produced on October 2, 2023,

15-oz. carton containing "TGI FRIDAYS BONELESS CHICKEN BITES HONEY BBQ CHICKEN" with lot code KL3K03 and Best By date of 12/26/2024 located on the side of the carton.



The Food Safety and Inspections Service (FSIS) is warning customers to not make this product and should either be thrown away or returned to the place of purchase. Luckily, so far, there have been no reports of injury of any kind and the FSIS is hoping that they caught this recall early enough to warn customers.

As many of us are getting ready for the holidays and might purchase some delicious appetizers for the get-togethers, just make sure you check the purchase number before you make those chicken bites.

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