Buju & Ziggie Cat Food

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The Buju & Ziggie brand of cat food is made and sold by Wegmans, a supermarket chain in the U.S. Northeast. The store began as Rochester Fruit & Vegetable Co. in 1916 and eventually was renamed to Wegmans, after the brothers running the store. The business is still family-run.

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Buju & Ziggie Quick Facts

Brand line includes: Buju & Ziggie Tuna Entree, Buju & Ziggie Turkey & Giblets Dinner, Buju & Ziggie Chicken Entree, Buju & Ziggie Premium Duck Entree, Buju & Ziggie Salmon Dinner
Cost: $$
Company: Wegmans Food Markets
Headquarters: P.O. Box 30844, Rochester, NY 14603-0844
Contact info: 855-934-3663, website

Has Buju & Ziggie Ever Been Recalled?

Yes. The former manufacturer, Mars Petcare, recalled products in 2008 because of the potential for salmonella contamination.

List of Buju & Ziggie Cat Food Recalls

September 2008

Cause: Potential for salmonella. Announcement: FDA report dated Sep. 12, 2008 (archived here). What was recalled: The following Buju & Ziggie cat foods produced in February–July 2008:

  • Complete Cat Food, 3.5 lb. and 18 lb. bags
  • Indoor Cat Food, 3.5 lb. and 18 lb. bags
  • Kitten Food, 3.5 lb. bags
  • Original Medley Cat Food, 3.5 lb. and 18 lb. bags

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