The latest products recalled in the Salmonella outbreak at the Peanut Corporation of America manufacturing plant in Georgia, USA, are American Health Kennels Inc. baked dog treats, according to an article on www.ConsumerAffairs.com .
American Kennel said it has not received any reports of illnesses linked to these products.
"We are affecting this recall in the interest of public safety even though we know our product is safe," the company said in a press release.
Several varieties of Carolina Prime dog treats may contain Salmonella -tainted peanut butter as well, according to an article on www.Examiner.com .
As a result, a handful of Carolina Prime dog treats have been added to the FDA's recall list .
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