updated 8/27/2004 2:02:26 PM ET 2004-08-27T18:02:26

ConAgra Foods is recalling 85,600 pounds of its Banquet frozen chicken breast strips because they may contain pieces of metal, the Agriculture Department of Agriculture said Thursday.

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The Omaha, Neb.-based company and the USDA have both received consumer complaints but no injury reports.

The recall is being conducted by a ConAgra plant in Macon, Mo.

The chicken was packaged on July 20, 21 and 27 and distributed to retail stores nationwide.

The recalled products are:

  • 28-oz. packages labeled “new, Banquet chicken breast strips, breaded chicken breast patties with rib meat, original” with “best if used by” dates of either July 20 or July 27, 2005. The UPC code is 3100010491.
  • 28-oz. packages labeled “made with chicken breast with rib meat, Banquet chicken breast strips, original” with “best if used by” dates of either July 20 or July 21, 2005. The UPC code is 3100010467.

All packages bear the code P-107.

More information is available by calling the company at 1-800-414-7500.

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