Pedigree dog food recalled because it may contain metal pieces: FDA

Pedigree dog food recalled because it may contain metal pieces: FDA

A highly popular dog food blend has been voluntarily recalled for a risk of containing loose metal.

The product in question is the 44-pound-sized bags of Pedigree Adult Complete Nutrition Grilled Steak & Vegetable Flavor Dry Dog Food that were sold at Walmart, according to the Food and Drug Administration.

There were 315 bags impacted in four states: Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana.

The impacted bags had a best-by date of March 4, 2025. Their lot code — located on the bottom back of the bag near its bar code — is 410B2TXT02.

The recalled dog food was sold in 176 stores, according to CBS News.

“The potential presence of loose metal pieces in the bag could pose a health hazard to pets,” the FDA said in a statement.

A popular dog food was recalled for containing pieces of metal. FDA

“If you believe your pet has consumed the affected product, you should monitor for unusual behavior and contact a veterinarian in the event of any concerns.”

The governmental agency noted that there were no reports of injury or illness to any pets at the time of the recall.

Pedigree parent company Mars Petcare US can be reached at 1-800-525-5273 for customers to initiate returns.

No dogs were reportedly injured by the loose metal.
No dogs were injured by the loose metal thus far. Donna White –

Recently, a significant bread recall took place after the remains of a dead rat were found in loaves in Tokyo, Japan.

Planters also faced a recent nut recall over listeria concerns for products produced and distributed last month.

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