Gravy Train Dog Food
Important recall information appears below.
Gravy Train dog food is owned by Big Heart Pet Brands, a branch of the Del Monte Pet Products group. It was the first to advertise that mixing its dog food with water created a gravy that dogs couldn’t get enough of.
Big Heart proudly proclaims its belief in integrity, courage and action to make the best choices for pets. Although the tagline on the bag says, “Stir Up a Nourishing Meal,” Gravy Train is generally considered to be a very low-quality pet food.
Although Big Heart Pet Brands was recently acquired by the J.M. Smucker Company, the contact information for the brand remains the same for now, as of late 2015.
Gravy Train Quick Facts
Brand line includes: Gravy Train Beef Flavor Dry Dog Food; Gravy Train Beef, Liver & Bacon Dry Dog Food; Gravy Train Chicken & Rice Flavor Dry Dog Food; Gravy Train Chunks in Gravy with Beef Chunks; Gravy Train Meaty Ground Dinner with Beef & Bacon; and a variety of treats
Company: Big Heart Pet Brands Inc.
Headquarters: 1 Maritime Plaza Clay Street, San Francisco, CA 94111
Contact info: 415-247-3000, website
Has Gravy Train Ever Been Recalled?
Yes, in 2007 Gravy Train Beef Sticks dog snacks were recalled as a precaution during the melamine contamination that swept the country.
List of Gravy Train Recalls
Cause: Melamine. Announcement: FDA report dated March 31, 2007. What was recalled: Gravy Train Beef Sticks Dog Snacks meeting the following specifications:
- Production Code TP7B19 and “Best by” Aug. 19, 2008
- Production Code TP7B20 and “Best by” Aug. 20, 2008
- Production Code TP7B21 and “Best by” Aug. 21, 2008
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