Premium Edge Recall History and Pet Food Brand Info

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Brand Name: Premium Edge
Related Brands:
Diamond Naturals, Taste of the Wild, Professional Plus, and Nutra-Nuggets
Product Lines:
Premium Edge Adult Cat Hairball Management Chicken, Salmon Meal & Vegetables Formula, Premium Edge Senior Dog Lamb Rice & Vegetables Formula, Premium Edge Skin and Coat Salmon, Potatoes & Vegetables Formula, Premium Edge Healthy Weight/Weight Reduction Formula for Dogs
Schell & Kampeter Inc.
103 North Olive Street, Meta, MO 65058
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Premium Edge Company Overview

Premium Edge pet foods are a line of foods manufactured and owned by Diamond Pet Foods, Inc. Diamond Pet Foods, in turn, is owned by Schell & Kampeter Inc. Formed in 1970, the company offers dry and canned food for dogs and cats, as well as biscuits for dogs. It serves breeders and family pet owners worldwide.

Has There Ever Been a Premium Edge Recall?

There have been Premium Edge recalls, according to our research.

Throughout the years, there have been several instances of Premium Edge Recall. Notably, in 2013, a recall was issued for three types of Premium Edge cat food due to concerns over insufficient thiamine levels. This followed a broader recall of all Premium Edge pet food products in 2012, prompted by salmonella risks. Additionally, in 2009, two cat food varieties were subject to a Premium Edge Recall for similar thiamine deficiency concerns.

Premium Edge Recall History

March 2013
Cause: Thiamine deficiency. Announcement: FDA report dated March 10, 2013What was recalled: The following Premium Edge dry cat food formulas:

  • Finicky Adult Cat, 18 lb., “Best by” date of July 10, 2013
  • Finicky Adult Cat, 6 lb., Best by Aug. 15–16 2013
  • Senior Cat Hairball Management, 6 lb. and 18 lb., Best by Jan. 3–4, 2014
  • Senior Cat Hairball Management, 6 lb. and 18 lb., Best by July 10, 2013
  • Kitten Formula, 6 oz. samples, 6 lb., 18 lb., Best by Sept. 26, Sept. 29–30, Oct. 2, 2013

May 2012
Cause: Possible salmonella. Announcement: FDA report dated May 5, 2012What was recalled: All Premium Edge brands with production codes on the back of bags that have a number “2” or a “3” in the 9th position AND an “X” in the 10th or 11th position — and with “Best by” dates between Dec. 9, 2012, and April 7, 2013.

November 2009
Cause: Thiamine deficiency. Announcement: FDA report dated Nov. 27, 2009What was recalled: Premium Edge Finicky Adult Cat and Premium Edge Hairball Cat Foods with date codes RAF0501A22X 18lb. (BB28NOV10), RAF0501A2X 6 lb. (BB28NOV10), RAF0802B12X 18lb (BB30FEB11), RAH0501A22X 18 lb. (BB28NOV10), and RAH0501A2X 6lb. (BB28NOV10, BB30NOV10, BB08DEC10).

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