The Agriculture Department says a Georgia-based poultry firm is recalling 129,000 pounds of chicken because it may contain glass.
ConAgra is asking distributors in five states to return three-and-a-half to four-pound bags of "Country Pride Fresh Chicken" packages.
The packages in question have a sell-by date of June 20, June 21, or June 22.
They are also marked P-177 inside the USDA inspection seal.
The five states where the product was sent are Florida, Georgia, New York, North Carolina and South Carolina.
Two types of 40-pound cases of chicken are also being recalled.
Consumers are being urged to return the chicken to the place of purchase.
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