Food Poisoning Bulletin has decided to add pet food recalls to our roster, for several reasons. First, pets are members of the family. Secondly, children can eat pet foods out of curiosity or mischievousness. And finally, people sometimes eat pet food for financial reasons.
There are many pet food recalls that are currently active. The best way to get up to date is to check out the FDA’s pet food recall list. That list represents all pet food recalled since March 2007, and the information is current as of January 12, 2012.
We’ll list the current recalls as they occur.