- The affected products were distributed in 10 states including California and New York
- One animal illness has been reported so far
- Pets can get infected by eating the product
Albright’s Raw Dog Food is recalling 67 cases of “Chicken Recipe for Dogs” over possible Salmonella contamination. Both pets and humans who are exposed to the recalled products may be at risk of infection.
The affected products are packed in 2-pound cubs/rolls, each labeled with “Albright’s Raw Dog Food Chicken Recipe for Dogs” with the lot number C000185 and a “Best By” date of May 19, 2021, the company announced on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) website. These items were distributed in 10 states including California, Florida, Nevada, New York and New Jersey from July 8 to Aug. 27 and were sold frozen.
The company said the problem was discovered during testing conducted by the FDA.