FDA Expands Dog Food Recall to Include 8 Brands; Nutrisca. Dry dog food with chicken and chickpeas; Natural Life Pet Products. Dry Dog Food Chicken %26 Potato; ANF, Inc. Last Thursday, the Food Drug Administration %26 (FDA) released a recall notice for Sunshine Mills.
The pet food distributor voluntarily recalled food from its multiple brands, including Nurture Farms, Heart to Tail and Wild Harvest. The notice said that certain products may contain “potentially high levels of aflatoxin, a by-product that comes from mold growth and that can be harmful to pets if consumed in large quantities. At the time, the Food and Drug Administration suspected that contaminated food was responsible for the death of more than 70 dogs and the disease in about 80. Tests found that dog food samples contained excessive, potentially toxic amounts of vitamin D.
Woody's Pet Food Deli of Minneapolis, Minneapolis, United States recalled its raw cornwall chicken pet food “With the supplement sticker due to a health risk of Salmonella, according to the U. The dog food being recalled was part of a batch destined for destruction, but instead was inadvertently shipped to retailers in limited geographical markets in the past two weeks, the company said in a notice published by the Food and Drug Administration. They also suggest that pets should be seen by a veterinarian if they have any of the above symptoms after consuming one of the recalled dog foods. Midwestern Pet Foods came under attack in January of this year after six of its dry mixes of kibble for dogs suspected of containing a poisonous carcinogen called aflatoxin were recalled.
Most recalls are voluntary; your pet food company doesn't want to sell you contaminated food, but some are government-mandated. Now, the FDA has issued a warning that Midwestern Pet Foods has demonstrated “significant violations of food safety regulations that may have killed more than 130 dogs and made 220 more sick. Freshpet is recalling bags of dog food sold by retailers in a dozen states and Puerto Rico due to potential salmonella contamination. When this happens, dog food companies and the U.S.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will post alerts to inform you. A dog food recall can occur because it contains an unapproved pesticide, too much copper or calcium as a mineral, or possible contamination. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) just released an announcement to notify dog owners that several types of dog food have been recalled after shipping to retailers such as Chewy, Walmart, Amazon and more. Now, you'll have the latest and greatest food and healthy eating news in your inbox every day.
The FDA is alerting pet owners, retailers and veterinary professionals to the recall of several dry dog foods after receiving complaints that dogs eating the food experienced vitamin D toxicity. Another recall of 10 varieties of cat and dog food was held in March. believed to have been contaminated with salmonella.