Raw petfood maker Bravo! is recalling three of its raw diet frozen foods for dogs and cats because the products have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella.
The recall includes the following petfood products, with product size and name; product item code; and "best used by" dates:
The recall is being issued because products run on the same or adjacent day as another product the company produces, which tested positive for Salmonella. Bravo! says the recalled products tested negative for Salmonella, and it has not received reports of illnesses associated with the products.
Consumers should returned unopened frozen tubes of the petfood and patties to the place of purchase or dispose of the product if it is open, and contact the retailer for a refund.
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