Fromm, the pet-food company, is recalling three of its canned dog foods because they may contain higher-than-normal levels of vitamin D.
Fromm is recalling three of its canned dog foods because they may contain elevated levels of vitamin D. The food was shipped to distributors between December 2015 and February 2016.
The Mequon, Wis., company says it is recalling:
• Fromm Gold Chicken Pate Dog Food; 12-ounce cans; Can case code: #11893; Individual can UPC: 72705 11892
• Fromm Gold Chicken & Duck; Can case code: #11895; Individual can UPC: 72705 11894
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• Fromm Gold Salmon & Chicken Pate; Can case code: #11891; Individual UPC: 72705 11890
Fromm says that although no health problems associated with the recall have been reported, it is still recommending, as a precaution, that the affected lots of canned food not be fed.
Recalled product may be returned to authorized Fromm retailers for a full refund.
The recall comes a week after Nestle Purina recalled select lots of its Beneful and Pro Plan wet dog foods because they may not contain the recommended level of vitamins and minerals.
The recall included select lots of wet dog food 10-oz. tubs under the Beneful Prepared Meals, Beneful Chopped Blends and Pro Plan Savory Meals brands.
For a complete list of Purina products by “Best Before” date and production code ranges, see here.