Small-animal food manufacturer Kaytee Products is recalling several bird treats and greens items due to possible Salmonella contamination from parsley flake ingredients from Kaytee’s outside supplier Specialty Commodities Inc.
A recall letter dated February 11 from Specialty Commodities was sent to Kaytee in reference to products manufactured as early as June 12, 2012. Kaytee says that although it has not received any positive test results for Salmonella in finished products, the recall is being initiated in accordance with US Food and Drug Administration guidelines.
The following is a list of recalled products, including size, name, product code/SKU, UPC Code and "Best-Before" code:
A letter and instructions will be sent to Kaytee customers. Pet owners who have questions may contact the company at +1.800.529.8331.
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