Pet food recalled after positive Salmonella test

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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.

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