Tyson Foods is recalling nearly 200,000 lbs of chicken fritters.

The product was produced at one plant in February of this year, and shipped to distribution centers in 29 states.

It's not sold in stores, it's only available to food service customers in school systems.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture says three schools complained to Tyson after finding foreign material in food.

The recalled chicken is not part of the National School Lunch Program, but was purchased individually by schools.

No injuries or illnesses have been reported.

Officials say schools and other facilities with the fritters still in their freezers should throw them out or return them.