Milk-Bone Dog Treats Recall Info - Petful

Milk-Bone Dog Treats

 No recalls.

Milk-Bone’s origins stretch back more than 100 years. The dog treats were first made in New York City in 1908 at the F.H. Bennett Biscuit Company. The company needed a larger manufacturing facility and moved to Buffalo, New York, in 1957 and still operates there today.

In the past few years, the brand has made low-calorie treats, trail mix and dental chews. It recently introduced Milk-Bone Brushing Chews, which claim to be just as effective as reducing tartar and bad breath as brushing a dog’s teeth twice a week.

Milk-Bone Quick Facts

Brand line includes: Milk-Bone Original, Milk-Bone Flavor Snacks, Milk-Bone GravyBones, Milk-Bone Healthy Favorites, Milk-Bone Brushing Chews, Milk-Bone Good Morning, Milk-Bone Healthy Favorites Chewy Treats, Milk-Bone MaroSnacks, Milk-Bone Trail Mix
Cost: $
Company: Big Heart Pet Brands
Headquarters: One Maritime Plaza, San Francisco, CA 94111
Contact info: 1-800-252-7022, email, website

Has Milk-Bone Ever Been Recalled?

No. Milk-Bone brand dog treats have never been recalled, according to our research. The company did withdraw 2 sizes of biscuits (Lot #12071K) from distribution in 2011, but the items were said to have posed no safety risk (the biscuits had not completely dried after baking). A withdrawal, as opposed to a full recall, indicates a minor violation that would not trigger any legal action from the FDA.

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