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Tyson recalling packages of Honey BBQ Boneless Chicken WYNGZ

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By FOX 2 News Staff

Tyson is recalling around 42,000 bags of boneless chicken wings.  The food contains ingredients that were not listed on the label.

The company says packages labeled as Any'tizers Honey BBQ Boneless Chicken WYNGZ actually contain Any'tizers Buffalo Style Boneless Chicken WYNGZ, which are made with milk, soy and eggs.

The recalled products were sold in retail stores nationwide and come in 25.5-ounce bags.  Printed on the back will be the establishment number "P13456" and date codes ranging from 2202PBF0208 to 2202PBF0223 and a "best by" date of August 7, 2013 or date codes from 2212PBF0200 to 2212PBF0223 and a "best by" date of August 8, 2013.

For more information on this recall, you can contact Tyson at 866-328-3156 or visit one of the two links listed below.

Tyson Press Release

USDA Press Release

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