Reptile food manufacturer Mice Direct recalled its frozen rats, mice and chicks due to possible Salmonella contamination.
According to the company, the recall is based on Food and Drug Administration sampling of the frozen mice. The products were shipped to all states except Hawaii and were available for purchase through pet stores, mail order and direct delivery. So far, the company reported 30 human illnesses in 17 states that may be related to the frozen reptile feed.
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