Pet Food Recall
A maker of dog and cat food which is sold under several store brand names is issuing a recall.
The food is sold under generic store brands from Wal-Mart, Pet Smart, Safeway and Kroger, to name a few.
The maker, menu foods says it's taking 60-million containers of its wet pet food off store shelves following reports of animals suffering kidney failure and dying after eating the product.
The company says product testing has not linked its food to any of the illnesses or deaths. The recall covers the "cuts and gravy" flavored pet food that was sold in stores between December third and March sixth.
Procter and Gamble recalled several of its products made by menu foods, that were being sold under the Iams and Eukanuba brand names.
Those recalled items bear the code dates of 6-3-3-9 through 7-0-7-3 followed by the plant code 4-1-9-7.
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