Natura Pet Products is recalling a number of lots of its dry petfood brands after testing by the Michigan Department of Agriculture confirmed the presence of Salmonella in one of the petfood products. The recall applies to a number of lots of California Natural, Evo, Healthwise and Innova cat and dog food products.
The recalled petfood products were manufactured in a single petfood production facility during a two-week window in December 2012. Affected products are sold in bags through veterinary clinics, specialty pet retailers and online in the US, Canada, Korea, Malaysia, Japan, Hong Kong and Costa Rica. Products were distributed by Natura Pet Products from December 18, 2012, through March 15. Recalled petfood products have expiration dates ranging from December 17 to January 2, 2014.
Consumers who purchased the recalled products should discard them. Consumers who have questions should contact the company at +1.800.224.6123 or use the online contact form.
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