These are the batches of pet food recalled following the salmonella outbreak

Mid America Pet Foods, the manufacturer on Center of a salmonella outbreak linked to their products, has expanded its voluntary recall to include additional pet food products manufactured at its Mount Pleasant plant in Texas. The products were distributed to retailers nationwide.

The recalled pet food lots are dog and cat food with a best-before date before 10/31/24, affecting the following brands:

– Victor Super Premium dog food

– Wayne Feeds Dog Food

– Eagle Mountain Pet Food Pro Balance Dog Food

– Mark dog food for members

– Victor Super Premium cat food

– Wayne Feeds Gold cat food

– Wayne feeds cat food

The Complete table of recalled lots:

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However, previous recalls only affected certain brands in certain bag sizes The new recall expands the recall to these brands in all bag sizes according to the table.

What to do if you have pet food recalled?

Any of the recalled pet foods should be place in a safe container and discard. If you have one of these products that you cannot see the date on, or if you have pet food and are unsure whether it is one of the recalled products (for example, because it was removed from its original packaging), you should do Also, place it in a safe container and dispose of it safely.

If you have had any of these products in your home, you should clean and disinfect all pet supplies and any areas where the food was or was located that your pet may have come into contact with. Wash your hands thoroughly after handling pet food and cleaning potentially contaminated areas.

For more information, call Mid America Pet Food Consumer Affairs at 1-888-428-7544, seven days a week, 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. Eastern Standard Time (EST).

Watch for signs of infection in people and pets.

Salmonella is a Bacteria that can cause illness and death in people and animals, especially in the very old, very young and immunocompromised people.

People infected with salmonella may experience diarrhea, fever and abdominal cramps. Most people infected with the disease recover without treatment, but some may require hospitalization. Treatment is with antibiotics.

Contact your doctor immediately if you or your family members have symptoms.

Pets can also become infected with salmonella. You may not show any symptoms, but signs may include lethargy, vomiting, diarrhea (with possibly blood), fever, and loss of appetite. Contact your veterinarian immediately if your pet has symptoms. If infected, pets can spread salmonella bacteria through their feces, even if they don’t show symptoms.

Investigation of the suspected outbreak

The investigation into seven human cases of Salmonella infection potentially linked to Mid America Pet Food’s pet food is ongoing at the time of this writing. Six of the seven cases involved children under one year old. One person was hospitalized and no deaths were reported.

Originally posted 2023-11-11 22:44:27.