USA mid-May 2012. I am just spreading the word in case the news did not get through to some people. The first case concerns Diamond Pet Foods. It is a voluntary recall as this batch could be contaminated with salmonella. To identify the defective product all you have to do is check the production code on the container:
Please click here to read more.
The other concerns Purina wet food. This product is purchased from veterinarian clinics. It is OM weight management cat food: Purina Veterinary Diets OM Overweight Management.
The batch and details are:
Purina Veterinary Diets OM (Overweight Management) Feline Formula, 5.5 oz. can size, JUN 2013 "Best Buy" date, UPC Code 11721159 38100 - 13810.
This is a voluntary recall as well. However it was instigated by a customer complaint. The defect is a too low a concentration of thiamin. Thiamin is an essential ingredient in cat food. Thiamin is vitamin B1. The defective cans should be thrown out. Read more here.
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