Kroger Pet Food Recall - Latest Info

The Kroger Co. recently announced a recall of certain pet food packages sold in several of its outlets due to a naturally made toxin made from a fungus known as Aspergillus.

Kroger retail outlets in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia are all included in the recent recall.

The recalled items were also found in Dillons and Gerbes stores in Kansas and Missouri, Baker’s and Food 4 Less stores in Nebraska, Food 4 Less stores in Illinois and the Chicago area of Illinois, plus Jay C, Hilander, Owen’s, Pay Less and Scott’s stores in Illinois and Indiana.

Affected food products include Pet Pride Cat Food sold in 3.5 lb. and 18lb. packages, Pet Pride Tasty Blend Poultry & Seafood Cat Food sold in 3.5 lb. and 18lb. packages, Pet Pride Kitten Formula Food sold in 3.5 lb. packages, Old Yeller Chunk Dog Food sold in 22 lb. and 50 lb. packages, Kroger Value Cat Food sold in 3 lb. packages, and Kroger Value Chunk Dog Food sold in 15 lb. and 50 lb. packages.

Symptoms your pet may show if they have been exposed are sluggishness, reluctance to eat or drink, yellow coloring of the eyes, or diarrhea. If your pet shows any of these signs, you are advised to seek the advice of a veterinarian as soon as possible.

Kroger also advises anyone who has purchased these items to return the products to the store of purchase and receive a full refund or replacement package of pet food.

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