The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a warning to pet food consumers of Aunt Jeni’s Home Made raw, frozen pet food products after finding Salmonella Infantitis in a sample collected in January 2020. The agency said the particular strain of Salmonella was “found to be resistant to multiple antibiotic drugs.”
The product is Aunt Jeni’s Home Made Turkey Dinner Dog Food, sold in a 5-lb. package with the lot number 175331 and best by date of November 2020. It was sold through e-commerce and select retail locations, according to the FDA.
The sample taken by the FDA was collected at a retail location in Washington D.C.
Additionally, a public health advisory was issued by the FDA in August 2019 after two Aunt Jeni’s products tested positive for Salmonella and/or Listeria monocytogenes.
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