• I looked it up for you. They said: "Tender bone-in chicken pieces. At Banquet we start with fresh chicken, then add our delicious signature seasoning. We make it with pride in the South, breading and cooking each batch to crispy perfection." Well from this description they told you it had bones in it! lol. I'm sure you know that chicken grows with bones in the meat. You can only complain about the bones if you get the stuff labeled 'boneless' lol. Maybe they add the 'tiny bones' in the seasoning for fiber.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for your comment :)

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