Cat Food recall including Iams and Eukanuba

Kathi GorrellKathi Gorrell SavoyMember Posts: 1,342
edited 20 March, 2007 in Plus Informational
Proctor & Gamble announced Friday the recall of specific 3 oz., 5.5 oz., 6 oz. and 13.2 oz. canned and 3 oz. and 5.3 oz. foil pouch cat and dog wet food products made by Menu Foods but sold under the Iams and Eukanuba brands. The recalled products bear the code dates of 6339 through 7073 followed by the plant code 4197, P&G said. I believe most of these are canned and pouched cat foods. You can go to the website and click on brand name and then it will tell you what package it comes in. I had the pouch Nutra Max because I bought one for the cats to try. Belle ate it but it was only one package so hopefully she will be ok. Here is the link to click on the brand name to see particularly what was recalled. Americas Choice; Preferred Pets; Authority; Best Choice; Companion; Compliments; Demoulas Market Basket; Fine Feline Cat, Shep Dog; Food Lion; Foodtown; Giant Companion; Good n Meaty; Hannaford; Hill Country Fare; Hy-Vee; Key Food; Laura Lynn; Li'l Red; Loving Meals; Main Choice; Nutriplan; Nutro Max Gourmet Classics; Nutro Natural Choice; Paws; Presidents Choice; Price Chopper; Priority; Save-A-Lot; Schnucks; Sophistacat; Special Kitty; Springfield Pride; Sprout; Total Pet; My True Friend; Wegmans; Western Family; White Rose; and Winn Dixie.


  • Sharon LambertSharon Lambert StrathamMember Posts: 1,199
    edited 17 March, 2007
    Thanks for posting the recall information Mia. We don\'t eat any of those foods, but there are a lot of kitties out there that do! It\'s important to keep this bumped up ;)
  • edited 17 March, 2007
    *goes to look at the packages of Nutro* Thanks for the posting!
  • Chris XChris X BeverlyMember Posts: 3,221
    edited 18 March, 2007
    BUMP Thanks for the site, we'll be checking our foods!
  • Teri SextonTeri Sexton Member Posts: 7,987
    edited 18 March, 2007
    Mommy got this list through a friend: Sophisticat and Sophisticat Supreme Grreat Choice Iams Eukanuba Nutro Authority Award Science Diet Mighty Dog pouches Mixables All these are the wet or canned variety. The recall does not include dry, or prescription foods. You can also print out a list, with UPC codes at www, (isn\'t it ironic that we all lobby for everyone to feed a premium food, instead of a grocery store brand, and now it\'s the \"good\" foods that are having the problem?) We send prayers to all the kitties and doggies who may be sick, to make a full recovery. Purrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr, Hannah & The Texas Wild Bunch
  • Roxann RobbinsRoxann Robbins Member Posts: 3,268
    edited 18 March, 2007
    We eat dry food and Little Red is on perscription Hills...but we DO have a snack one in a blue moon of (store brand) Hill Country Fair chunk/gravy pouches poured on our dry food like gravy =( This is one of the recall lots! Thankfully we rarely get it and we are feeling fine. And the pouches we had left are going back to the store! THANK YOU CATSTER and kitties for telling us!!! *headbonks* ~Jet Giotto~
  • Alice BillmanAlice Billman Member Posts: 2,617
    edited 18 March, 2007
    We get IAMS Select Bites as a treat once in a great while. The last time we got some, my sister refused to eat any and I vomited violently for an hour right after eating it. We haven't gotten any more since then as it really worried my mom. Now we see there is a recall, but the date code on the box we have (6141) isn't within the range given by P&G. We wonder if the problem started earlier than they know about? Should we be contacting someone about this?
  • edited 19 March, 2007
    Hannah said, \"isn\'t it ironic that we all lobby for everyone to feed a premium food, instead of a grocery store brand, and now it\'s the \'good\' foods that are having the problem?\" This bothers our cat mother because so many name brands as well as store brands are made by the same people. So now food must be checked for nutrition, manufacturer, location, factory and code number? Holy Katz. What have we been eating? aak. Of course the same is true for human conglomerate puts out the same thing under different names. Be careful out there.
  • Liz SLiz S Bay Area/Santa Cruz/AptosMember Posts: 1,700
    edited 19 March, 2007
    It's just wet food? Not dry?
  • Beastie_and_the_BoysBeastie_and_the_Boys Marquette, MI / ChicagoMember Posts: 17,806 ✭✭✭
    edited 19 March, 2007
    Yeah, only wet food, Friskie! That's true, Jacques! It's kind of like how fresh veggies are supposed to be so good for our humans, and then they just had the big recall on spinach because some careless producer allowed their stuff to become contaminated with harmful bacteria. :( You just never know! Hopefully in the long run, things like this will force them to be cleaner and more careful.
  • CalvinCalvin ScottsdaleMember Posts: 8,818 ✭✭✭
    edited 19 March, 2007
    Hill\'s has issued a PRECAUTIONARY recall of some of their foods. Please see the website at the bottom for specifics: Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Inc., Announces Voluntary Participation in Menu Foods’ Nationwide U.S. recall of Specific Canned Cat Foods. Topeka, KS (March 17, 2007) – In response to the recent Menu Foods, Inc. nationwide recall of wet pet foods, Hill’s® Pet Nutrition, Inc. has announced a voluntary precautionary recall in the United States of a very small number of canned cat products that are co-manufactured by Menu. This recall only affects Science Diet Feline Savory Cuts canned products in the United States. Hill’s is voluntarily recalling the following products: 1. Science Diet® Kitten Savory Cuts® Ocean Fish 3 oz. and 5.5 oz. 2. Science Diet® Feline Adult Savory Cuts® Beef 5.5 oz. 3. Science Diet® Feline Adult Savory Cuts® Chicken 5.5 oz. 4. Science Diet® Feline Adult Savory Cuts® Ocean Fish 5.5 oz. 5. Science Diet® Feline Senior Savory Cuts® Chicken 5.5 oz. more info can be found on their website located here

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  • Karla KaudelKarla Kaudel Coos BayMember Posts: 3,466
    edited 19 March, 2007
    There is a story here:,0,6543583.story?coll=la-home-nation that the purported 10 deaths were actually caused by menufood when they "tested" their toxic food on animals after complaints started coming in. Here we have it: poisonous food PLUS lethal animal testing rolled in one.
  • cat shepherdcat shepherd KnoxvilleMember Posts: 6,314
    edited 20 March, 2007
    A woman in my hometown, Knoxville, Tenn., is filing a $25 million lawsuit against Menu Foods Inc. after her cat suffered kidney damage after eating Special Kitty food. The judge could decide to make it a class-action suit. The story will be posted at after midnight tonight.
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