Albright’s of Fort Wayne, IN issued a voluntary recall of 67 cases of their Chicken Recipe for Dogs due to Salmonella contamination. This food had been distributed through retail stores, mail order and direct delivery in CA, FL, IL, INNH NJ NY PA and TN.
The company boasts that their diets are “complete and balanced”, yet as with most commercial raw diets they fail to meet AAFCO guidelines on an energy basis.
Albright’s uses only premium ingredients from the USA and Canada. They never use 3D or 4D meats, nor feed their foods to distressed or diseased animals. Their food does not include grain, corn, wheat, rice beans or peas nor synthetic vitamin powders – instead all nutrition comes from meats organs bones and trace nutrients found within.
This beef and chicken formula meets the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profile for All Life Stages, featuring no egg or chicken proteins that could potentially trigger allergic reactions in sensitive pets. Furthermore, it includes kale, pumpkin seed, sunflower oil and dried kelp for added vitamins and minerals.
This frozen food product was sold in 2-pound chubs/rolls labeled with lot number C000185 and best by date 19 May 2021 printed on its label, distributed throughout California, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, NH New Jersey Nevada New York Pennsylvania Tennessee retail stores as well as direct delivery services.
Albright’s raw diet provides your dog with all of the protein, fat, bone and trace nutrition they require for healthier skin and fur, stronger bones, teeth and jaws and reduced gastrointestinal problems.
Albright’s dog food meets the nutritional levels set forth by AAFCO dog food nutrient profiles for all life stages – puppies, pregnant and nursing mothers as well as large breed dogs that will reach 70 pounds as adults.
This chicken-flavored raw food with lot number C000185 and best before date 19 May 2021 printed on its label was distributed frozen across California, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, New Hampshire, Nevada New York Pennsylvania by retailers as well as directly via home delivery services to retailers. A single animal illness has been reported while humans handling contaminated pet products could also become sick; for this reason, it is imperative to thoroughly wash hands after handling raw pet foods, working surfaces or utensils before handling raw pet foods or working surfaces or utensils before handling raw pet foods or working surfaces containing raw foods in order to protect human and animal alike from contamination.
Raw food may contain harmful bacteria that can make both humans and pets sick, so always practice standard food safety practices when handling raw meats such as separating from other foods, sanitizing prep tools, washing hands thoroughly after handling, freezing to extend shelf life but do not kill all bacteria completely.
Albright’s is issuing a recall of 67 cases of their chicken-flavored raw dog food due to possible Salmonella contamination, according to the FDA. The product was distributed between July 8 and August 27 across California, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, New Hampshire Nevada New York Pennsylvania Tennessee stores mail order or direct delivery services.
Salmonella ingestion by dogs may result in lethargy, bloody diarrhea, vomiting, abdominal cramping, fever and loss of appetite. Healthy people handling contaminated pet products could become sick themselves with similar symptoms and should ensure they wash their hands after handling contaminated products from pets or handlers of animals who ingested it. Salmonella poisoning in humans and children may lead to serious illness.
Albright’s custom raw meals are carefully designed to meet the nutritional standards established by AAFCO for all life stages, with muscle meat proteins as well as organ meats, eggs and kale serving as balanced nutrition sources. Made using human grade ingredients and packaged for easy thawing and serving – no synthetic supplements used here either! Their food is grain free, low carb with no pea protein, lentil or beans included – manufactured and packaged here in the US!
Albright’s has issued a voluntary recall for their Chicken Recipe for Dogs due to possible Salmonella contamination. The recall affects 67 cases.