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Mulligan Stew & Canine Caviar can recall
Canine Caviar CEO says it’s not a “recall,” they are “collecting” these
products and maintains the products are safe. If the company that made the
food says it’s a recall, we’re calling it a recall. We have added his email
after the jump.
The CEO’s email added Canine Caviar Gourmet Beaver 5.5oz cans to the list
ORIGINAL POST: Itchmo has learned that the list of foods recalled by
American Nutrition has expanded to include the following 4 dog food items:
* Mulligan Stew Chicken 13.2oz
* Mulligan Stew Turkey 13.2oz
* Canine Caviar Gourmet Beaver 13.2oz
* Canine Caviar Gourmet Turkey 13.2oz
American Nutrition, the processor for the latest round of recalls has set up
a website, but I wouldn't count on it being up to date, as they seem to
think this is ALL that's going to be recalled and as we all know 6 weeks
into this (criminey that's unbelievable) it just doesn't seem to end.
So I had to look at Canine Caviar after that astounding statement that this
recall is not a recall:
Canine Caviar is voluntarily recalling less than 1500 cans in circulation
nationally (not cases) and expects to have this collected within 48 hours of
April 27, 2007. This unexpected situation is due to the fact that our canned
food co-packer was using ingredients that were not authorized by Canine
Caviar. Our canned foods have not officially tested positive, but we are
recalling the following three can SKU’s: 13.2 oz Gourmet Turkey – UPC
674555222134, 13.2 oz Gourmet Beaver – UPC 674555221328, 5.5 oz Gourmet
Beaver – UPC 674555221557 dated best by Aug 21, 08 or later.
All of the Gourmet Duck and Venison Tripe in the 13.2 oz cans are made to
our standards and do not have any grains in them and are not part of the
We apologize and have taken steps to increase quality control to ensure
this does not happen in the future, we are demanding production records from
all or our co-packers for all of our formulas before they are shipped to us.
OK, 6 weeks into the recall and some idiot puts a message like this on their
..........they're collecting cans so it's not a recall?
.....not officially tested positive? What the flock does that mean? That it
hasn't been tested?
......all the Duck and Venison were made to our standards, but oops in the
meantime we're going to look at production records (for the first time since
when?) to make sure they actually were?
.........if the CEO of the company cannot understand how pet people feel at
this point, well, they should just be composted, because they're not quite
human. Or were they too busy counting the money rolling in from the new
take out the dog before replying
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