1 million pounds of chicken has been recalled from multiple companies due to contamination and consumers finding metal objects in their chicken nuggets and chicken fingers.
Ok Food Inc, “the Oklahoma-based manufacturer sells chicken under several brand names, including Walmart’s Great Value.
"The recall affects 933,272 pounds of breaded chicken, which were produced on various dates from Dec. 19, 2016, through March 7, 2017, and shipped to locations across the country, according to the FSIS." 
An internal investigation revealed that the metal objects found in the product was from conveyor belt material.
A full list of the items can be found here.
Wayne Farms, LLC, a Decatur, Ga establishment recalled, “12,610 pounds of the chicken product may have been subject to a processing problem that can allow the survival of bacterial pathogens. The product was shipped to Food Lion stores in Delaware, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia. Affected products can be identified by the establishment number “P-20214,” and were packaged in two 5-pound bags.”  The packaging label can be found here.
“Flesh was never the best food; but its use is now doubly objectionable, since disease in animals is so rapidly increasing. Animals are becoming more and more diseased, and it will not be long until animal food will be discarded by many besides Seventh-day Adventists. Foods that are healthful and life sustaining are to be prepared, so that men and women will not need to eat meat.
When will those who know the truth take their stand on the side of right principles for time and for eternity? When will they be true to the principles of health reform? When will they learn that it is dangerous to use flesh meat? I am instructed to say that if ever meat eating were safe, it is not safe now.”