While many dog parents choose raw food over kibble due to its health benefits, it’s still possible for raw brands to get recalled. After a report of salmonella contamination, Albright’s Raw Dog Food chose to voluntarily recall select products for everyone’s safety.
Salmonella not only poses a risk for the dogs who eat the food, but it can also be dangerous for humans who handle it. Thus, if you have the affected products, it’s important to stop serving them to your furry friends and proceed with caution. Here are the steps you should take.
Which Products are Affected?
The recall was for 67 cases of the 2-pound containers of Albright’s Raw Dog Food Chicken Recipe. The FDA reported the announcement on November 13th, 2020. Any products with the lot code #C000185 with a best by date of May 19th, 2021 are affected.
This product was distributed to consumers in California, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Nevada, New York, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee through July and August 2020. Consumers could purchase it through retail stores, online distributors, and direct delivery.