Dog Food Recall
The Procter & Gamble Company (P&G) is voluntarily recalling a single production lot of its Iams ProActive Health Smart Puppy dry dog food.
The FDA press release states that the recalled dog food was distributed to specific (unnamed) retailers in the following states: AL, CT, DE, FL, GA, LA, MD, ME, MS, NC, NH, NJ, NY, PA, SC, and VA. The FDA reports that retailers have removed the affected dog food from store shelves, and that no health effects related to this recall have been reported.
In addition, Cargill Animal Nutrition today announced a voluntary recall of two regional brands of its dry dog food — River Run and Marksman — because of aflatoxin levels that were detected above the acceptable limit. The affected products were manufactured at Cargill’s facility in Lecompte, Louisiana, between Dec. 1, 2010, and Dec. 1, 2011. No illnesses have been reported in association with these products, and no other Cargill Animal Nutrition pet food products are involved in this recall.
Affected products are:
• PROFESSIONAL FORMULA RIVER RUN HI-NRG 24-20 Dog Food, 50-pound bags
• RIVER RUN PROFESSIONAL FORMULA 27-18 Dog Food, 50-pound bags
• RIVER RUN 21% Protein Dog Food, 40- and 50-pound bags
• RIVER RUN Hi-Pro No-Soy Dog Food, 40- and 50-pound bags
• MARKSMAN DOG FOOD 24% Protein 20% Fat, 40-pound bags
• MARKSMAN DOG FOOD 20% Protein 10% Fat, 40- and 50-pound bags
• MARKSMAN DOG FOOD 28% Protein 18% Fat, 40-pound bags
The recall applies only to the above products with Packaging Date Codes (lot numbers) 4K0335 through 4K0365, LL0335 through LL0365, 4K1001 through 4K1335, and LL1001 through LL1335.
The affected dry dog food products were distributed in theKansas, Missouri, Northeast Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Western Kentucky, Southeast Indiana, Southern Illinois, Hawaii, Guam, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and limited areas of Florida and California. Retailers have already been instructed to remove the affected brands and products from store shelves.
If you have these foods, throw them away and click on the links above to find out how to get a voucher for a replacement.
Posted on December 13, 2011, in Connecticut, Health & Wellness, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, news, Rhode Island, Vermont and tagged Aflatoxin, Dog food, Food and Drug Administration, Iams, Pet food, recall. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Dog Food Recall.