Tyson Foods, one of the largest poultry companies in America, recalled several chicken nuggets after customers found pieces of blue rubber inside.
The company said it would withdraw more than 36,000 pounds of chicken lumps "from plenty of caution".
Security officials say they are worried that some potentially contaminated products may remain trapped in household freezers.
No injuries or adverse reactions have been reported, officials say.
However, the Food Safety and Inspection Service said they called the buyers to drop the group or return them.
Recall refers to white meat bags, coated in crumbly bread crumbs. The products, which were "best if used from" date on November 26, 2019, were shipped across the United States.
"Consumers who have bought these products are called to not consume them. These products should be thrown away or returned to the place of purchase," the report said.
In June, Tyson issued a revocation of about 3,100 pounds of frozen chicken products. That reminder was prompted by concerns that the Lommels had been contaminated with plastic.