Pup-Peroni Recall History and Pet Food Brand Info

Important Pup-Peroni recall and withdrawal information appears below.

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Brand Name: Pup-Peroni
Product Lines: Pup-Peroni Mix Stix Breakfast Sausage Flavor With Egg, Pup-Peroni Lean Beef Flavor, Pup-Peroni Oven Roasted Chicken Flavor, Pup-Peroni Original Bacon Flavor, Pup-Peroni Original Beef Flavor, Pup-Peroni Prime Rib Flavor
Company: Big Heart Pet Inc. (a subsidiary of J.M. Smucker Company)
Headquarters: One Maritime Plaza, San Francisco, CA 94111
Website: https://www.pupperoni.com/
Phone: 888-321-7530
Contact Form: https://www.pupperoni.com/contact-us

Pup-Peroni Company Overview

Pup-Peroni produces dog treats in a variety of flavors. The treats were manufactured under a division of Del Monte but were later acquired by Big Heart Pet brands. In 2015, Big Heart Pet Brands was acquired by the J.M. Smucker Company.

Currently, as of this writing, there has not been a Pup-Peroni recall. However, there is a Pup-Peroni withdrawal.

Has There Ever Been A Pup-Peroni Recall?

No. There has never been a Pup-Peroni recall, according to our research

But, On July 30, 2021, Petful learned that certain packages of Original Beef Flavor and Triple Steak Flavor Pup-Peroni Dog Treats were being withdrawn by the manufacturer because of concerns about mold. Over the past several months, customers have been posting photos of apparently moldy treats.

We have been unable to contact Big Heart Pet for details about the recall, but we verified the news through multiple retailers. We also received a copy of a “product notice” letter from J.M. Smucker Co. to distributors, which provided lot numbers.

Pup-Peroni Recall History

July 2021 (*withdrawal, not a recall)

Cause: Potential presence of mold. Announcement: Product notice letter from J.M. Smucker Co. (archived here). What was withdrawn: Various lot numbers and sizes of Original Beef Flavor and Triple Steak Flavor Pup-Peroni Dog Treats, with “best by” dates ranging from Sept. 25, 2022 to Dec. 24, 2022.

Various lot numbers, sizes and best by dates were involved in the withdrawal of the Pup-Peroni treats. The full list of impacted products appears at this link.

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