August 14, 2022

Texas Tripe Recalls Pet Food Recall For Possible Listeria

Texas Tripe is recalling some of its pet food for possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination, according to news reports. This information has not yet been posted on the FDA web site. The FDA regulates pet food. No illnesses have been reported to date in association with these recalled products.

Texas Tripe Recalls Pet Food Recall For Possible Listeria

The recalled products include Ground Turkey Necks, Chicken Tripe Complete, Ground Chicken With Bone, Shepherd Blend, Chicken Pork Salmon With Egg, Chicken Blend Green Tripe, Phat Katz, Senior Pro, All-Star Bully Blend, Beef Blend, Duck-Rabbit, Goat Tripe Complete, Boneless Chicken Blend, Turkey Pork Blend, Beef Tripe and Ground Rabbit, and Wolf Run. The lot numbers of these products are: 19148, 19419, 19150, 19151, 19154, 19155, 19156, 19157, 19158, 19161, 19162, 19163, 19164, 19165, 19168, 19169, 19170, 19171, 19172, 19175, 19176, 19177, 19178, 19179, 19181, and 19182.

These products were delivered directly to the purchaser in these states: Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado, Louisiana, Kansas, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Indiana, California, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, Virginia, S. Carolina, Nevada, New Mexico, Arizona, Idaho, Wisconsin, North  Carolina, Nebraska, Wyoming, Montana, Utah, Missouri, Arkansas, Tennessee, Ohio, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, and Kentucky. And the products were sold as cases only. They were sold in 20 pound or 40 pound cases, with a label that has the lot number.

The potential contamination was discovered during a routine investigation by the state of Texas. The company has found the source of the contamination and hs made corrective action.

If you did purchase any of these products, do not feed them to your pet. You can dispose of the product in a sealed container in a secure garbage can, or contact Texas Tripe for more information.

It’s a good idea to clean the area where you stored these products with a mild bleach solution, since once Listeria monocytogenes is established it can be difficult to eradicate. If your pet has eaten these products, monitor their health for possible problems. If your pet does seem sick, see your veterinarian.


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