Big Bark Beef Jerky Dog Treats Recalled for Salmonella
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Dog Treat Recall - Big Bark All Natural Beef Jerky Treats for Dogs.
Dog Treat Recall - Big Bark All Natural Beef Jerky Treats for Dogs
1/30/2015Recall on Big Bark All Natural Beef Jerky Dog Treats from Grill-Phoria LLC. Reason for the recall; possible salmonella contamination. Learn more .The new Milo's Kitchen Chicken Jerky Strips and Chicken Grillers Recipe treats are made right here in the USA with domestic chicken, and without artificial flavors or colors. We have been working on our new Chicken Jerky Strips recipe for over a year and we think dogs will love its softer texture, meaty flavor and wholesome ingredients. Our Chicken Grillers recipe is essentially the same, but we know from talking to devoted pet parents that to them, high-quality products mean treats made right here in the USA. Both of these recipes replace the chicken treats that were voluntarily removed from shelves in January 2013. Why are Milo's Chicken Jerky Strips and Chicken Grillers back on shelves? We know from talking to our consumers, devoted pet parents, that to them, high quality products mean treats made right here in the USA, with real chicken or beef as the number one ingredient and containing no artificial flavors or colors. That's why we have reformulated both our Chicken Jerky Strips and Chicken Grillers to improve the recipes and raise our already-high standards for quality. Why were they recalled in 2013? In January of 2013, we chose to stop selling our Chicken Jerky and Chicken Grillers products after we learned via the NY State Department of Agriculture and Marketing (NYSDAM) of trace amounts of unapproved antibiotic residue in some product lots. While those antibiotics are approved in the EU and elsewhere, we believed those treats were not meeting our high quality standard, so we decided to initiate a voluntary recall. This recall was unrelated to the FDA's ongoing investigation into pet jerky treats. In fact, the FDA points out in their update that they believe the low levels of antibiotics found in the chicken jerky treats were unlikely to cause illness. What's going on with the FDA Investigation? On October 22, 2013, the FDA released a progress report on its five-year-old, ongoing investigation into jerky pet treats made in China. Milo's Kitchen does not sell any pet treats that are made in China or that are included in the FDA's ongoing investigation.FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — January 30, 2015 — Loveland, CO — Grill-Phoria LLC of Loveland, Colorado is recalling approximately 200, 3.5 oz bags of Big Bark All Natural Beef Jerky Treats for Dogs because they have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella. These bags were distributed and manufactured between September 20, 2014 through January 2, 2015, and do not have lot codes.Grill-Phoria of Loveland, Colo. is recalling All Natural Beef Jerky Treats for Dogs for potential Salmonella contamination. Consumers who have purchased these products should not feed them to their dogs.