Deli-Cat Recall History and Pet Food Brand Info

 No Deli-Cat recalls to date.

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Brand Name: Deli-Cat
Related Brands: PurinaMighty DogAlpoFriskies
and Beneful 
Product Lines:
Deli-Cat Dry Cat Food
Company:
Nestlé Purina PetCare Company
Headquarters:
1 Checkerboard Square, St. Louis, MO 63164
Website:
https://www.purina.ca
Phone:
800-778-7462
Email:
https://www.purina.com/contact-us

Deli-Cat Company Overview

Deli-Cat is made by Purina. In 1893, Ralston Purina started the journey that would lead him through various aspects of sales — from farm animal feed to batteries to cereal. Purina named his company with a label he hoped would come to represent the purity of the food he manufactured for animals of all shapes and sizes.

In 2001, Purina merged with a Nestlé subsidiary, and the Nestlé Purina PetCare Company was founded. Nestlé has continued the fight for purity by advertising its intent to stop false advertising in relation to pet food and what it contains.

Has There Ever Been a Deli-Cat Recall?

No. There has never been a Deli-Cat recall, according to our research.

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