NATIONWIDE -- This Gold leaf chicken brand is made by Tyson and both chicken brands are equally inadequate for consumption. This chicken is still sold even after the chickens are ridden with disease but not before they are inhumanely killed.
Truth is they should have never even been bred. For Tyson it is all about the dollar and these sick souls are ruthless liars and will say anything to shift the blame of the poisonous deadly chicken cartel operation. No longer can we trust food is inspected properly because the inspectors get a kick back from Tyson to pass the deadly meat through inspection without inspection.
I am a vegan and wish my dogs could be. These days no meat is safe unless you raise it your self and make it kosher yourself by knowing what you feed the animal and giving it a clean supreme humane departure. If not you should not eat meat. All chicken from Tyson is filled with pestilence, disease, torturous abuse for a profit. They don't care what it does to the consumer because they cover their [snip]through deception and the only way to stop b the evil there is to stop letting them feed us.
Tyson is a dangerous sect that must be shut down. If you buy their products you are fueling their evil and their counterpart Monsanto who genetically modifies all food in order to take out six billion people to usher in the new world order.
Always bought whole cut up chicken in past that included legs, so disappointed in this package of two skinny breasts and much back portion...no legs or wings. Good-Bye forever Wal-Mart and Tyson.
Hello again to Jewel Foods and Perdue Chicken. Shopped Wal-Mart for twelve years, no longer!
USA -- After experiencing this problem at Walmart first, I figured that was the problem but after getting freezer burned chicken breasts from King Soopers/Kroger and Safeway it seems to be a problem with all grocery stores and brands like Tyson Chicken.
They come in 5-7 pound plastic ziplock style bags and you really have to look close to see if the chicken is bad because of the Brand name and all of the other information they put on the bags. I know, keep your receipt and take it back if this happens but to the person not aware of this problem it could ruin a good cookout!
Just imagine if you already have a backyard full of hungry friends and family and you then notice the awful looking and smelling pieces of chicken. You now have to take the apron and chef hat off and go back to the store. Who needs that? I mean even if you are trying some remedial, Cooking Class 101 dish like "Wishbone Chicken" (chicken breast marinated in Italian Dressing) to a more advanced "Ranchalina Glazed Chicken" you don't want to be serving it up on a bad bird do you?
The easiest way to avoid this problem would be to buy the fresh stuff right from the meat department. You may pay a little more but it will save you from a backyard BBQ nightmare.