⚠ No Aunt Jeni’s Home Made Recalls to date however important safety information appears below.
Brand Name: Aunt Jeni’s Home Made
Product Lines: Aunt Jeni’s Allergy Aid Dog Supplement, Aunt Jeni’s Enhance Probiotics for Dogs 120 Count, Aunt Jeni’s Chicken Feet, Aunt Jeni’s Fish Oil for Dogs and Cats, Aunt Jeni’s Holistic First Aid for Dogs
Company: Aunt Jeni’s Home Made
Headquarters: P.O. Box 124, Temple Hills, MD 20757
Email: [email protected]
Contact Form: https://auntjeni.com/pages/contact-us
Aunt Jeni’s Home Made Company Overview
Aunt Jeni’s Home Made®, founded in 1999 by Jennifer Boniface, positions itself as a leader in the pet food industry. Self-described as a women-owned and operated company, Aunt Jeni’s claims to stand out in the crowded pet product market through its expertise in animal nutrition, backed by Boniface’s academic credentials in animal science and a master’s degree in animal nutrition science. The company emphasizes its unique manufacturing facility in Maryland, which is both FDA-registered and USDA-inspected, ensuring high standards in production. Aunt Jeni’s product line includes raw diets, treats, and supplements for cats and dogs, crafted with a commitment to quality and customer satisfaction. The brand aims to provide peace of mind to pet owners, focusing on quality control and excellent customer service.
Aunt Jeni’s Home Made Recall History
This brand has never been recalled.
Aunt Jeni’s Home Made Company Complaints
However, in February 2020 as well as in August 2019, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) cautioned consumers not to feed certain lots of Aunt Jeni’s Home Made Turkey Dinner Dog Food and Chicken Dinner Dog Food. The FDA said samples had tested positive for salmonella or listeria.
The affected products were:
- Aunt Jeni’s Home Made All-Natural Raw Turkey Dinner Dog Food, 5 lb., Lot #175331, best by November 2020
- Aunt Jeni’s Home Made Turkey Dinner Dog Food, 5 lb., Lot #175199, best by July 2020
- Aunt Jeni’s Home Made Chicken Dinner Dog Food, 5 lb., Lot #1152013, best by July 2020
Aunt Jeni’s maintains that the FDA has been “on a mission to persecute” raw pet food manufacturers.
“No, we will not rush to do a recall just because they claim one sample of our product tested positive for salmonella when we have been given absolutely no proof, and their sampling and testing procedures have been blatantly violated,” the company said.
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