Pet Food Recalls

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Feeder mice recalled after 900 Salmonella cases in UK

The recall does not affect rats from the same supplier, however investigations are ongoing.

The recall does not affect rats from the same supplier, however investigations are ongoing. Food Standards Scotland issued further instructions to reptile owners, following an outbreak of human salmonellosis linked to frozen mice used to feed snakes and other animals and birds.


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Tuffy’s Pet Foods recalls Pure Vita Salmon dog food

The manufacturer of the affected product has identified and isolated the error and corrective actions are in progress to prevent this from happening again.

The manufacturer of the affected product has identified and isolated the error and corrective actions are in progress to prevent this from happening again.


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Key aspects of FSMA for pet food facilities

Know what should be included in your company’s recall plan, as well as other requirements of the Food Safety Modernization Act
The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) established a lot of rules and regulations for pet food manufacturers, but some requirements remain vague.
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Mars Petcare Canada recalls Whiskas cat food

No other WHISKAS products or Mars Petcare products are affected or being recalled and Mars Petcare has not received any consumer complaints related to this issue.
No other WHISKAS products or Mars Petcare products are affected or being recalled and Mars Petcare has not received any consumer complaints related to this issue.
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Sunshine Mills dog food recall for aflatoxin

There are no other Triumph, Evolve, Wild Harvest, Nurture Farms, Pure Being, or Elm products or other lot codes of these products affected by this recall.
Sunshine Mills, Inc. issued a voluntary recall of certain products due to potentially elevated levels of aflatoxin above the acceptable limit.
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Plant toxin caused Australian dog deaths, illness

Over time, indospicine can build up in the food chain as livestock eat Indigofera plants.
Australian investigators identified a plant toxin, indospicine, as the cause of numerous dog deaths and illnesses clustered near Gippsland, Victoria, Australia.
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