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Bravo Pet Foods Issues Recall for Salmonella Risk


Original Publish Date: December 14, 2015

Bravo Pet Foods has issued a recall on several chicken and turkey pet foods due to possible risk of salmonella contamination.

The FDA said the recall was initiated after a routine test of Bravo Chicken Blend diet for dogs and cats revealed the presence of salmonella.

Bravo Blend Chicken Diet for dogs and cats two-pound chubs with the best used by date of November 13, 2016 and the UPC number 829546211028 are being recalled.

According to the FDA, 201 cases of the product were sold to distributors, retail stores and directly to consumers in the United States between November 21, 2014 and Jan. 15, 2015.

A recall has also been issued for 90 oz. chubs of Bravo Blend Chicken Diet for dogs and cats with the best used by date of November 13, 2016 and UPC number 829546211059, 8 oz. patties of Bravo Blend Turkey diet for dogs and cats with the best used by date of November 13, 2016 and the UPC number 8829546315085, and 4 oz. patties of Bravo Balance Turkey diet for dogs with the best used by date of November 13, 2016 and the UPC number 829546314019.

The three additional products did not test positive for salmonella but were manufactured on the same day as the product that did.

To receive a refund for the products, customers should return to the store where they purchased and submit the Bravo Recall Claim Form.


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