Chicken Nuggets for Toddlers Recalled After Customers Found Bones in Them

Overhill Farms is recalling more than 54,630 pounds of chicken bites made for toddlers due to reports of bone in the nuggets.
FSIS

After customers found bone in their chicken bites, Overhill Farms has recalled more than 54,630 pounds of frozen chicken products made for toddlers.

There haven't been any reports of injuries or anyone getting sick from the recalled chicken, but the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) classified the toddler food as a "high" health risk.

The recall affects 3-oz. boxes of Yummy Spoonfuls (including the brand's chicken carrot bites, chicken sweet potato bites, and chicken broccoli bites), bulk cases of chicken and vegetable patties (including chicken patties with broccoli, patties with cauliflower, and with sweet potato, quinoa, and peas).

All the recalled products have establishment numbers inside the USDA mark of inspection. Packages with “P2824,” “P6009” or “P44058” are recalled. For a full list of affected products and expiration dates, check the FSIS recall notice.

If you have some of these bites in your freezer, don't eat them. FSISurges consumers to throw the chicken away or return them to the place of purchase. Customers can also contact Overhill Farms at (844)-986-6948 with any other questions.

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