On March 16, Menu Foods, Inc. recalled dog and cat foods produced at two of its facilities between Dec. 3, 2006, and March 6, 2007, and sold under a number of different s. Several other companies also have voluntarily withdrawn products from the market. See the links below for complete listings.
The FDA’s investigation remains open and active, and the agency continues to follow leads to get closer to the root cause of the problem and to ensure that all contaminated product is removed from the market.
A most Frequently Asked Question:
Q: How do you dispose of the wheat gluten and contaminated pet food?
With recalls, the firm will propose what to do with the product. Disposal options may reviews include landfill, incineration or industrial uses.
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