Nature’s Variety recalls dog food due to possible Salmonella

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There has been another recall of pet food.

Nature’s Variety has voluntarily recalled its Instinct Raw Chicken Formula for dogs due to possible salmonella contamination, the Food and Drug Administration has released.

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Products affected by the recall

The food has a ‘Best By’ date of 4/27/16.

The recall is limited to the Instinct Raw Chicken Formula Frozen Diets with the following weights and UPC numbers:

    UPC# 769949611431, 4 lb. package Instinct Raw Chicken Bites

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    UPC# 769949711438, 4 lb. x 6 case Instinct Raw Chicken Bites

    UPC# 769949611486, 6 lb. package of Instinct Raw Chicken Patties

    UPC# 769949711483, 6 lb. package of Instinct Raw Chicken Patties

    UPC# 769949611448, 7 lb. package of Instinct Raw Chicken Bites

    UPC# 769949711445, 7 lb. x 4 case of Instinct Raw Chicken Bites

 The FDA said no other products are affected.

Read more: Barber recalls nearly 2 million pounds of chicken over Salmonella fears

If you have any questions, call the company at 888-519-7387 from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Central time, 7 days a week, or you can email Nature’s Variety at [email protected]

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Salmonella can make both pets and their owners ill, causing symptoms like vomiting and diarrhea. 

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