Hot wings
Sonya "The Black Widow" Thomas celebrates after taking first place in the National Wing Festival chicken wing eating contest in Buffalo, New York, Aug. 30, 2008. On Monday, Tyson Foods recalled 52,000 pounds of hot wings after customers complained they had an "off odor" scent. Reuters/Gary Wiepert

Tyson Foods Inc. voluntarily recalled 52,486 pounds of chicken wings Tuesday due to consumer complaints of “off-odor” smells and mild illness.

The affected products were 28-oz. retail bags of “Tyson Any’tizers Fully Cooked Hot Wings.” The affected bags were marked with “use by” or “sell by” dates of Oct. 24 and Oct. 25, 2016, and they have the establishment number “P-13456” inside the U.S. Department of Agriculture mark on inspection as well as on the back of the bags above the heating instructions. The bags also feature packaging dates 2975PBF0508-23/2985PBF0500-01 and case codes 2975PBF0508-23/2985PBF0500-01.

The recall is nationwide, and consumers who have bought the affected products are urged to throw them away or return them to the stores where they were purchased.

The USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service has not confirmed any reports of adverse reactions after consuming the product.