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IAMS RECALL

Tina BTina B Vancouver IslandMember Posts: 2,238
edited 6 December, 2011 in Food & Nutrition
Iams Recall Written By: Susan Thixton 11-26-2011 Categorized in: Pet Food Recall Thanks to TAPF friend the Food Bug Lady (aka Phyllis Entis/ http://efoodalert.wordpress.com/), there seems to be an Iams pet food recall. I could find no notice of this on the Iams website or the FDA website. Here are the details... The Price Chopper website states the following... "Select Varieties Iams Pet Foods (recalled Nov. 25, 2011) Iams Original with Chicken Cat Food UPC 1901403915 Lot Number 12794177D3 Size 6.8 lbs. Iams Original with Chicken Cat Food UPC 1901410504 Lot Number 12794177I5 Size 4 lbs. Iams Lamb Meal with Rice Dog Food UPC 1901403735 Lot Number 12794177J4 Size 15 lbs. Reason for Recall: The product is being recalled due to elevated aflotoxin levels." 'Elevated aflatoxin levels' could be a very dangerous situation. Here is some additional information on aflatoxin/mycotoxins: http://www.truthaboutpetfood.com/articles/more-than-you-ever-wanted-to-know-about-mycotoxins.html

Comments

  • stacy mitchumstacy mitchum Bridgeport TXMember Posts: 5,857 ✭✭✭
    edited 28 November, 2011
    More info on this is listed here, it was a "silent recall", otherwise known in the pet food industry as a product pull. It is scary that these things are not published. The Truth About Pet Food, the Iams recall
  • Katherine EvansKatherine Evans Clinton, MOMember Posts: 105
    edited 6 December, 2011
    At the moment I am glad I was driven away from IAMS by a PETA video I saw years ago, never learned if any of that was true or not but I have never purchased any IAMS product because of it. How does anyone know not to feed any they bought before the recall was made? That's a lawsuit waiting to happen.
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