Blue Ridge Beef recalls more raw pet food for bacteria
By News Desk
| March 28, 2018 Blue Ridge Beef has recalled more raw, frozen dog food because the FDA found Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes in it.
The recall of BRB Complete is the second recall for the company this month.
Although no pet or human illnesses had been confirmed in connection with the BRB Complete dog food as of Monday, the recall earlier this month was prompted by reports that two kittens that ate it had died, according to the Food and Drug Administration.
The new recall this week is for BRB Complete 2-pound “chubs”with the Lot #GA0131 and the manufacturing date of Jan. 31 this year.
Blue Ridge Beef distributed the BRB Complete food in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee and North Carolina.
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