If you have been eating frozen chicken lately you might want to stay away from it for a bit. Very close to half a million pounds of frozen/ready to eat chicken have been recalled because some of the chicken was found with "extraneous materials, specifically metal pieces,"

USADA released a list of chickens that have been recalled. 

Most of these chickens were produced during July 4th and July 17th. The issue all began when a customer complained to Wayne Farms in Oakwood, Georgia, but that doesn't mean it has only been recalled there. It's actually recalled nation wide.

This issue was brought to the attention of the U.S. Food Safety and Inspection Services on September 4th and by the following day it was all quickly recalled. USDA calls this recall Class I, meaning it can be very hazardous and can even cause death. Do yourself a favor and avoid any chicken on the list or any with the number "P-20214" in the USDA inspection mark.