FORT WAYNE, IN. — Albright’s Raw Dog Food on Nov. 13 voluntarily recalled 67 cases of its Chicken Recipe for Dogs products due to potential Salmonella contamination. The company is working with the US Food and Drug Administration to disseminate information about the recall.

Recalled product was distributed through direct delivery, mail order and retail stores across California, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Tennessee. They were distributed between July 8 and Aug. 27, 2020.

The products were sold frozen in 20-lb chub rolls, each with the lot number C000185 and a best-by date of May 19, 2021.

One pet illness has been reported in connection with the recall. So far, no human illnesses have been reported.

Product testing conducted by the FDA revealed this one batch of frozen raw dog food could contain Salmonella. The agency and company continue to investigate the cause of the issue. Albright’s Raw Dog Food has since ceased distribution of the recalled batch.

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