Berkley Jensen Recall History and Pet Food Brand Info

Important Berkley Jensen recall information appears below.

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Brand Name: Berkley Jensen
Product Lines:
Nutrient Blend Lamb and Rice Dry Dog Food, Nutrient Blend Grain-Free Large Breed Turkey and Pea, All Natural Grain Free Duck and Vegetables, Holistic Nutrient Blend Healthy Weight Dog Food, All Natural Chicken and Brown Rice Holistic Recipe, All Natural Larger Breed Chicken and Brown Rice, Grain-Free Pork and Berry Links Treats, All Natural Canned Chicken Dinner Holistic Recipe
BJ’s Wholesale Club Inc.
25 Research Dr., Westborough, MA 01582
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Berkley Jensen Company Overview

Berkley Jensen, a private label brand owned by BJ’s Wholesale Club, positions itself as offering high-quality products that meet or exceed national brand standards. The brand encompasses a range of non-food general merchandise and sundries, catering to various household needs. Berkley Jensen assures customers of exceptional quality with a 100% money-back guarantee, signifying their confidence in the product’s performance and value. Their offerings include a wide array of items for families, from outdoor furniture to paper products, with a particular emphasis on delivering great value for money.

This brand was formerly sold under the name Berkley & Jensen before being renamed Earth’s Pride Pet. This brand name was in use for a few years, but BJ’s Wholesale Club has renamed the brand yet again to Berkley Jensen (without the ampersand).
BJ’s was started in 1984 as the first wholesale club in the country and has since expanded into many more states.

Has There Ever Been a Berkley Jensen Recall?

There have been Berkley Jensen recalls, according to our research.

In September 2019, Berkley Jensen recalled certain packs of brand pig ear dog treats because they were potentially contaminated with salmonella bacteria.

Back in March 2007, Berkley & Jensen recalled limited numbers of pig ear treats for the same reason: possible salmonella.

Full details of Berkley Jensen recalls appear below.

Berkley Jensen Recall History

September 2019
Cause: Potential for salmonella. Announcement: FDA announcement dated Sept. 3, 2019 (archived here). What was recalled: Berkley Jensen Pig Ears Dog Chews sold at BJ’s Wholesale Club stores in 30-count packs.

These specific packs of Berkley Jensen pig ears were distributed by Dog Goods USA LLC to BJ’s Wholesale Club stores between September 2018 and August 2019.

“Dog Goods will continue to investigate the matter, collaborate fully with the FDA and the CDC, and provide further information to its customers and the public as appropriate,” the company stated.

March 2007
Cause: Potential for salmonella. Announcement: FDA report dated March 9, 2007. What was recalled: Berkley & Jensen Full-Cut Pig Ears dog treats, 25 counts (“Best If Used By 2009”).

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