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Pet Food News / Pet Food Recalls / Pet Food Safety
On March 13, 2013

Jones Natural Chews recalls Woofers beef patties dog treats

Testing by Colorado, USA, Department of Agriculture indicated potential Salmonella contamination

Jones Natural Chews is recalling 245 boxes of Woofers beef patties because the dog treats have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella.

The dog treat recall was initiated after a routine sampling by the Colorado, USA, Department of Agriculture Feed Program found that the finished products contained bacteria.

Jones Natural Chews Woofers beef patties were distributed in the USA states of Arizona, California, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wisconsin, from November 1-12, 2012. The following Woofers beef patties products are included in the recall:

  • Bulk 50-count box (items may be sold individually); Item UPC 741956008169; Lot 2962GPS with "Best By" date of 10/22/15; and Lot 2892PAL with "Best By" date of 10/15/15
  • One-pack shrink-wrap, 50-count box; UPC 741956008657; Lot 3102 with "Best By" date of 11/05/15
  • One-pack shrink-wrap, 50-count box; UPC 741956008183; Lot 2892BF with "Best By" date of 10/15/15; Lot 2962PWV with "Best By" date of 10/22/15; Lot 2962ASC with "Best By" date of 10/22/15; and Lot 3032ASL with "Best By" date of 10/29/15
  • Two-pack shrink-wrap, 25-count box; UPC 741956008190; Lot 2962ASC with "Best By" date of 10/22/15; and Lot 3032ASL with "Best By" date of 10/29/15

The company says no illnesses have been reported to date. Consumers who purchased the recalled Woofers dog treat products are urged to return them to the place of purchase for a refund. Consumers with questions may contact the company at +1.877.481.2663, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. CST.

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