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Giant Food Voluntary Recalls Tyson Boneless Chicken Wyngz

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WMDT 47 NEWS - Mangoes, cantaloupe, peanut butter and cereal.  All of been recalled in recent months.

Now, it is chicken.    

Giant Food is voluntarily recalling two varieties of Tyson Chicken's Boneless Chicken Wings: Buffalo and Honey BBQ flavors.  The reason, the products contain milk, soy, and eggs, which are not listed on the label.  We spoke with locals to see how the mounting recalls are affecting them.

"Hopefully the news will be out and they'll make changes and pull off what needs to be pulled off the shelves," said Hope Morgan. 

"It's a lot cheaper to throw away a jar of peanut butter or a bag of wings then it is to pay a doctor bill," said Linda Luffman  "I'd rather be safe and keep my family safe."    

Local stores already took the flavors off the shelves.  Giant officials say at this time, no illnesses have been reported.

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