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Menu Foods has issued a voluntary recall for more than 60 million containers of wet dog food and moist cat food sold under top pet food brands such as Iams, Eukanuba, Hill’s Science Diet, Purina, and Nutro after approximately 10 cats and dogs died and many more suffered kidney failure.

The recall specifically applies to Menu Foods’ “Cuts and Gravy” style food, a moist pet food consisting of chunks of meat in gravy that is sold in cans as well as small foil pouches. These foods are sold at major retailers such as Wal-Mart (Ol’ Roy), Target, PetSmart, Kroger, Food Lion, Price Chopper, Publix, and Safeway.

We now have a full FAQ available on the Menu Foods pet food recall with additional information.

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4 Responses to “Iams Eukanuba and Menu Foods Cat and Dog Foods Recalled”

  1. We’ve updated our Menu Foods pet food recall news alert and FAQ with specific cat and dog food brand recall details for Hill’s Pet Nutrition (Science Diet), Nestle Purina (Purina Mighty Dog), and Proctor & Gamble (Iams and Eukanuba).


  2. An article on ABCNews.com reports the number of pets that have died from eating contaminated Menu Foods pet food may now be in the hundreds — 241 at last count. Our condolences go out to those who have lost their cherished pets due to tainted pet food as well as those whose pets have gotten sick from the foods.


  3. Rat poison has been found in the recalled Menu Foods pet foods that are blamed for the deaths of at least 16 cats and dogs, according to a spokeswoman for the State Department of Agriculture and Markets. ABC News is reporting it was aminopterin that may have been on imported wheat used in the pet food. Aminopterin is used to kill rats in some countries but is not registered for that use in the United States, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. Here’s a link to the full story.



  4. Additional testing of the recalled pet foods by the U.S. FDA has revealed the presence of melamine, a chemical used to make plastics and also used as a fertilizer, in samples of the Menu Foods pet foods and in the wheat gluten imported from China and used an ingredient for the pet foods. Would anyone with knowledge of the chemical like to explain the role it could play in the pet illnesses and fatalities?

    Here’s a link to the full story:



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