4health Pet Food
Important recall information appears below.
4health dog and cat food is a label manufactured by Diamond Pet Food Inc., specifically for the retailer Tractor Supply Co.
The Tractor Supply Company was originally started in 1938 as a mail-order business for tractor parts. Since then, it has grown to be one of the larger chains of retail stores aimed at offering customers in rural areas everything they need for their homes.
4health Quick Facts
Brand line includes: 4health Grain Free Pork & Potato Dog Food; 4health Grain Free Duck & Potato Dog Food; 4health Healthy Weight Dog Food; 4health Grain Free Turkey & Potato Dog Food; 4health All Life Stages Cat Formula; 4health Indoor Adult Cat Formula; 4health Grain Free Whitefish; and Potato, & Pea Formula for Adult Cats
Company: Tractor Supply Co.
Headquarters: 200 Powell Place, Brentwood TN, 37027
Contact info: 877-718-6750
Has 4health Ever Been Recalled?
Yes. In 2013 Diamond, the manufacturer of 4health, recalled several varieties of cat food including 4health because of potentially too low levels of thiamine, an essential vitamin (B1) for cats. In 2012, Diamond also recalled all brands of 4health pet food manufactured in its Gaston, South Carolina, facility because of potential salmonella contamination.
List of 4health Recalls
Cause: Low thiamine levels. Announcement: FDA report dated March 10, 2013. What was recalled: 4health All Life Stages Cat Formula, 5 lb. and 18 lb. bags, Product Code #NGF0802 and “Best by” dates of either Aug. 14, 2013 or Aug. 18, 2013.
Cause: Potential for salmonella. Announcement: FDA report dated May 5, 2012. What was recalled: All brands of 4health dry pet foods with a “Best Before” date of Dec. 9, 2012 through April 7, 2013.
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