Organix Recall History and Pet Food Brand Info

Petful is reader-supported. As an affiliate of platforms, like Amazon, we may earn a commission when you buy through links on this page. There is no extra cost to you.

 No Organix recalls to date.

organix recall image

Brand Name: Organix
Related Brands:
Pristine, Natural Ultramix, and Good Buddy
Product Lines:
Chicken & Sweet Potato Recipe, Puppy Recipe, Senior Recipe, Chicken & Oatmeal Recipe, Healthy Weight Recipe, Tiny Feasts Chicken & Potato Stew, Tiny Feasts Chicken, Quinoa & Carrot Stew
Company:
Castor & Pollux Natural PetWorks
Headquarters:
P.O. Box 9800, Amarillo, TX 79105
Website:
https://www.castorpolluxpet.com
Phone:
1-800-875-7518
Email:
[email protected]

Organix Company Overview

Shelley Gunton and her husband, Brian Connolly, founded Castor & Pollux pet food 20 years ago. They introduced a natural line in 2000 and were acquired by Merrick Pet Care, Inc. in 2012. Castor & Pollux manufactures natural and organic products for dogs and cats.

In the summer of 2015, Merrick was acquired by Nestlé Purina PetCare. The company also makes pet food products under the brand lines Pristine, Natural Ultramix and Good Buddy.

Has There Ever Been an Organix Recall?

There has never been an Organix recall, according to our research.

Although, the company’s Natural Ultramix brand line has had one recall (in 2007). See the full Natural Ultramix recall article here.

Have You Had a Problem With Castor & Pollux?

  1. See our reporting page for contact info.
  2. Leave a comment below to share your experience with others.

Stay Updated with Pet Food Recall Center: Instant Email Notifications

Subscribe to our 100% free Pet Food Recall Emails to receive timely alerts on pet food recalls. Our service ensures you’re immediately informed about important safety notices, sending the latest updates directly to your inbox. Join the Petful community today and stay ahead with our indispensable pet food recall notifications.

Look Up Another Brand

About Petful

This content was written by the lead research team at Petful®, led by publisher Dave Baker, a longtime advocate for pet food safety. Our team has been tracking pet food recalls for nearly 15 years, and we spend countless hours combing through databases and news archives going back 40 years or more to bring you the most accurate pet food information possible. About 40,000 safety-conscious pet parents are subscribed to our free recall alerts, and Animal Radio has called Petful’s list of pet food recalls “the best, most complete list” online. Learn more about Petful, or explore our Pet Food Recall Center.