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May 1, 2002

Arkansas Firm Has Recalled Chili Tortilla Product

Rogers, AR. (SafetyAlerts) - United States Department of Agriculture, Food Safety and Inspection Service, (FSIS) said that Tyson’s Foods, Inc. has recalled approximately 1,800 pounds of fully cooked, frozen chili tortilla product that may be contaminated with pieces of plastic.

The products subject to recall are 3.65 pound boxes of "Market Day, Fully Cooked, CHILI CRISPITOS, A Tightly Rolled Flour Tortilla With A Chicken Chili Filling." Each package bears a code "0302CNQ0823" or "0302CNQ0800," followed by the establishment code, "P7221." Each box also contains the USDA seal of inspection.

The chili tortilla product was produced on Jan. 30 and distributed to Market Day, a food service customer in Chicago, Illinois. Market Day further distributed the product to consumers via Internet sales and organization fundraising sales in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey and Wisconsin.


"Because of the potential for injury, we want consumers to be aware of the recall," said William Hudnall, acting FSIS administrator. "Consumers who have concerns about the product are urged not to eat it and notify the company."

Tyson’s Foods Inc., notified FSIS after being alerted to the potential contamination by Market Day.

FSIS has received no reports of illness associated with consumption of this product. Anyone concerned about an injury should contact a physician.

Media with questions about the recall may contact Ed Nicholson, director of media and community relations for Tyson’s Foods Inc., at (479) 290-4591. Consumers with questions may contact Willie Barber, manager of consumer relations for Tyson’s Foods Inc., at (800) 246-4664
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