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CHINA - OCTOBER 12: Workers process food at a Tyson Foods Inc. meat processing plant in Weifang, Shandong province, China, on Sunday, Oct. 12, 2008. Tyson Foods Inc., the largest U.S. meat processor, signed an agreement to buy 60 percent of Shandong Xinchang Group, a poultry producer based in eastern China, Jim Rice, Tyson's manager for greater China said. (Photo by Adam Dean/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

If you may have been affected by a bad fritter the USDA says you should check with your doctor. Another day, another food recall.  This time Tyson Foods has recalled over 190,000 pounds of their chicken fritters after consumers have claimed to have found pieces of hard plastic in the chicken.  The chicken that was produced February 28th wasn’t sold retail but rather to restaurants and schools.

If you think you may have been affected by a bad fritter the USDA says you should check with your doctor.  You can also check out the info out on the recalled fritters to find out if any business in your area sold the chicken by going to the USDA website.