Tyson recalls 8 million pounds of chicken products after one person dies of listeria

Tyson Foods had one of the biggest recalls in five years. They pulled 8,492,832 pounds of ready to eat chicken products from restaurants, grocers and hospitals.The investigation by the USDA, CDC, and state agencies found that the chicken was linked to three listeria infections in Texas and Delaware. One of the three victims died.The USDA recall alert stated that two chicken samples were collected during routine sample collection by (USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service). These chicken samples came from two establishments closely related to Listeria monocytogenes. Tyson Foods Inc. collected one of the samples. FSIS continues to work with state and federal public health partners to determine whether there are any additional illnesses related to these products.According to the CDC, Listeria kills approximately 260 people each year and affects around 1,600 Americans annually. Senior citizens, pregnant women and children under five are particularly at risk. Listeria can cause nausea, diarrhea and severe headaches. It can also lead to poor balance, stiffness, confusion, stiffness, stiffness, stiffness, weakness, and stomachaches. Listeria can also cause stillbirths and miscarriage.The three-page PDF of recall products for Tyson brand foods includes chicken products for restaurants Little Caesars Pizza Marcos Pizza, Jets Pizza, and the store brand for Caseys General Store convenience shops.Return any recalled food to the store where it was purchased for a full refund.Tyson Foods can be reached at 855-382-3101 if you have any questions regarding this recall.Chantix is a drug that helps people quit smoking. It has been recalled because of its carcinogen content