The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Aug. 30 warned consumers of potential Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes risk in two lots of Aunt Jeni’s Home Made frozen raw pet food products after samples taken by the FDA tested positive for those foodborne illnesses.
The contaminated products include:
- Aunt Jeni’s Home Made, Turkey Dinner Dog Food, 5 lbs., lot 175199 JUL2020
- Aunt Jeni’s Home Made, Chicken Dinner Dog Food, 5 lbs., lot 1152013 JUL2020
Aunt Jeni’s Turkey Dinner tested positive for Salmonella Infantitis, and the producer’s Chicken Dinner tested positive for Salmonella Infantitis and Listeria, according to the FDA.
The frozen raw dog foods were sold online and through various retail locations in the US. The Maryland Department of Agriculture halted the sale and distribution of these two products on Aug. 20.
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