J. M. Smucker has recalled one lot of a cat food brand because of potential health concerns associated with high levels of this organic compound.
The voluntary recall was prompted by elevated calcium levels in several lots of chicken, turkey and rabbit feed.
FDA is advising pet owners not to feed pets Aunt Jeni’s Home Made raw pet food after one lot tested positive for Salmonella.
A warning letter from the FDA to Hill's outlines the results of the agency's investigation, noting that the company's stated corrective actions may not solve the problem. Meanwhile, nearly 300 lawsuits have been combined.
J. M. Smucker has recalled specific lots of a canned cat food brand because of potential health issues associated with ingredients that did not meet quality and safety standards.
The FDA is advising pet owners not to feed their dogs and cats certain lots of the companys raw pet food after samples from some of the lots tested positive for Salmonella and/or Listeria monocytogenes.