P&G recalls more dog food due to possible contamination
Procter & Gamble Co. has recalled several types of dry pet food because the products may be contaminated with salmonella.
The company released a warning on Wednesday that one-tenth of 1 percent of its annual production of dry pet food may be affected, including dry cat and dog food sold under the Eukanuba and Iams brands.
Salmonella can affect animals eating the products as well as humans who handle it, especially if they haven’t washed their hands after coming in contact with the contaminated product.
The recalled food was sent to retailers across the United States and produced during a 10-day period at a single manufacturing plant. No other dry pet food, canned wet food, treats or supplements have been affected.
The Cincinnati-based consumer goods manufacturer has made several similar recalls in the past year. Most recently, a possible salmonella contamination led to the expansion of a recall in June.
Consumers who purchased one of the potentially contaminated products should stop using it, throw it away and contact P&G at 800-208-0172, iams.com oreukanuba.com.
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