Pet food recalled after positive Salmonella test
Pet food maker Natura has announced a massive voluntary recall of its brands of dry pet food after a positive Salmonella test by the FDA.
Company officials said product manufactured April 3 tested positive for Salmonella.
The recall is voluntary and includes all of these products with expirations dates on or before June 10, 2014:
• Innova Dry dog and cat food and biscuits/bars/treats
• EVO dry dog, cat and ferret food and biscuits/bars/treats All Lot Codes
• California Natural dry dog and cat foods and biscuits/bars/treats
• Healthwise dry dog and cat foods
• Karma dry dog foods All Lot Codes
• Mother Nature biscuits/bars/treats
The recalled products were sold in bags through veterinary clinics, pet-specialty retailers and online in the United States and Canada. A statement on the company’s website said no illnesses had been reported.
No canned wet food is affected, according to the FDA.
For questions and additional information about the recall, visit NaturaPet.com/recall.