Tyson Foods, one of the largest American poultry companies, recalls its batch of chicken after customers found pieces of blue tire.
The company announced that it would remind more than 36,000 kilograms of chicken "out of cautious care".
Security officials said they were worried that some potentially contaminated products could remain hidden in household freezers.
No injuries or side effects were reported, officials said.
However, the Food Safety and Inspection Service said she had invited customers to drop nuggets or return them.
The withdrawal refers to a 5lb bag of white meat stuffed with pancake breadcrumbs. The products, which had the "best if used" date on November 26, 2019, were shipped throughout the United States.
"Consumers who have bought these products are called not to consume them. These products should be discarded or returned to the purchase," the report states.
In June, Tyson issued a withdrawal of about 3,100 pounds of frozen chicken products. This reminded the concern that nuggets were contaminated with plastic.