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Pedigree Recalls Dog Food For Object Contamination

July 1st, 2012 05:10:25 pm

Pedigree Recall 2012

Pedigree Dog Food has voluntarily recalled some lots of dog food due to contamination by foreign objects.


Durng production, small pieces of blue plastic broke off a conveyor belt. While the facility has now replaced the broken production part, these pieces of plastic may have been included in some cans of Pedigree dog food. This creates a choking hazard.


The foods affected by this recall are 3 varieties of canned weight loss management formula. The specific foods recalled are:


Formula UPC
Pedigree + Healthy Weight Premium Ground Entree In Meaty Juices 2310034974
Pedigree Weight Management Meaty Ground Dinner Beef & Liver Dinner In Meaty Juices 2310001913
Pedigree Weight Management Meaty Ground Dinner Chicken & Rice Dinner In Meaty Juices 2310023045


If you have cans of these foods, check the lot codes and best before dates to know if your particular can is affected. Recalled cans will have lot codes that begin with 209, 210, 211, or 212. They will also have a best before date between 2/24/14 and 3/23/14.


Pedigree shared this image to help you identify the lot code and best before dates on your cans of food:


 Pedigree 2012 recall lot codes 


Recalled foods were distributed across the United States and are not limited to specific states or regions.


If you have this food, do not feed it to your dog. Pedigree recommends that you either dispose of the food or return it to your retailer for a refund or exchange. If you have questions about this recall, you can contact Pedigree directly by calling 1-877-720-3335, open from 8 am - 7 pm CST.


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