RECALL ALERT! 18 Tons of Chicken Patties Recalled From Puerto Rico Schools For ‘Pieces of Metal’
SAN JUAN — About 35,870 pounds, or 17.9 tons, of breaded chicken patties that went to schools in Puerto Rico have been recalled because they might have pieces of metal.
The not-food-in-your-food recall was announced Thursday after a school complained Monday to manufacturer Productos La Aguadillana about metal in the chicken.
The USDA’s recall notice took care to note the chicken patties came to the schools “from a commercial sale and was not part of food provided by USDA for the National School Lunch Program.”
Anyone with questions can call Productos La Aguadillana President Luis Alvarez at 787-891-5720.