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Dog Food recall.
Yet another dog food recall! This time it is a company in Australia. There are plastic pieces in the dog food.

You have to wonder about how some of these foods are produced. They contain bits of plastic? How is that possible.
Why is that possible.

I think pet food companies should look over their machinery and their suppliers. People are not happy about all the recalls and the sometimes fatal results that trigger the recalls.
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There is another dog food alert -for a possible Listeria contamination. Issued 4.4.19.
This is a little bit behind but could be a useful alert for anyone who has bought food and has not used it yet.

Thogersen Family Farm Raw Frozen Ground Pet Food

Possible Listeria Monocytogenes contamination

The following varieties, packaged in 2-pound packs, are included in this recall: course ground rabbit, course ground mallard duck, ground llama, and ground pork frozen raw pet food. Recalled product labels did not contain any lot identification, batch codes, or expiration dates. Products were packaged in 2-pound flattened, rectangular clear plastic packages and stored frozen. The front of the package contains one large white square label with the company name, product type and weight.

(The above information is taken from Current alerts can be viewed there)

There is also a new livestock feed alert for presence of aflatoxin, issued 6th May 2019 on that page.
Thank-you for finding these new alerts. There is always a chance that we might save a pet by informing the owner.

I think we need to do a serious look at our food supply, human and animal.
Every week there seems to be a new recall for some kind of product. Sometimes it is plastic in the food, or glass pieces. Some of the recalls are for contamination by things like salmonella and listeria. Sometimes one of the ingredients is contaminated by excess Vit D or equally bad was the grain that was mixed with melamine.

People and animals die from these foods or at least become very ill. We are doing something wrong if our food supply is this unsafe.
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