Triumph Recall History and Pet Food Brand Info

Important Triumph recall information appears below.

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Brand Name: Triumph
Related Brands:
Evolve, Nurture Farms, Veterinary Select, Home Cookin’, Meaty Treats, Sportsman’s Pride, Hunter’s Special, Pup Corn Plus, Pet Life, Crunchin’ Bones
Product Lines:
Triumph Wet Kitten Food Turkey Formula, Triumph Wet Cat Food Chicken-N-Liver Formula, Triumph Wet Cat Food Salmon Formula, Triumph Hi-Tor Veterinary Select Cat Food-Felo Dietary Formula, Triumph Wet Dog Food Lamb, Rice ‘N Vegetable Formula, as well as assorted biscuits and treats
Sunshine Mills, Inc.
500 6th Street SW, P.O. Box 676, Red Bay, AL 35582
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Triumph Company Overview

Triumph brand pet food offers consumers the option of high-quality food without a higher price tag. Grain-free dog food is offered at reasonable prices, as is nutritious cat food. Testimonials on the company’s website from satisfied customers indicate happiness with both the ingredients of the food as well as the price. Triumph manufactures foods for both dogs and cats.

The Triumph brand is owned by Sunshine Mills, which operates the corporate office in Alabama.

Has There Ever Been a Triumph Recall?

A Triumph recall was announced in late July 2021, according to our research.

Sunshine Mills issued a limited recall for several of its brands, including Triumph, due to the risk of elevated aflatoxin levels. This particular Triumph recall targeted only two lot codes of the Triumph Wild Spirit Craft Dog Food Deboned Chicken & Brown Rice Recipe. Another instance of Triumph recall occurred in 2018 when Sunshine Mills recalled specific batches of Triumph Chicken & Rice Recipe because of excessively high Vitamin D levels. Additionally, a Triumph recall in the previous year involved cans of Triumph cat food due to potential contamination with foreign materials; Sunshine Mills specified that this recall was confined to the Ocean Fish formula, produced on a singular day. Going further back, in 2007, a nationwide melamine scare led to yet another Triumph recall, affecting several varieties of Triumph pet food. Comprehensive information on all the Triumph recalls is provided below.

Triumph Recall History

July 2021
Cause: Potentially elevated levels of aflatoxin. Announcement: FDA alert dated July 29, 2021 (archived here). What was recalled: The following packages of Triumph:

  • Triumph Wild Spirit Craft Dog Food Deboned Chicken & Brown Rice Recipe, 3.5 lbs., UPC #073657 008736, best by Feb. 11, 2022, Lot Code TD2 11/Feb/2021
  • Triumph Wild Spirit Craft Dog Food Deboned Chicken & Brown Rice Recipe, 30 lbs., UPC #073657 008750, best by Feb. 11, 2022, Lot Code TA2 11/Feb/2021

November 2018
Cause: Elevated levels of Vitamin D. Announcement: FDA announcement dated Nov. 27, 2018 (archived here). What was recalled: The following dry dog food with best by dates of Nov. 1, 2018 – Nov. 8, 2019: 3 lb., 16 lb. and 30 lb. bags of Triumph Chicken & Rice Recipe, UPC numbers 0-73657-00873-6, 0-73657-00874-3 and 0-73657-00875-0.

February 2017
Cause: Foreign material. Announcement: Verified by phone with the company, Feb. 15, 2017. What was recalled: Triumph Premium Cat Food Ocean Fish Formula, 13.2 oz. cans, produced on Aug. 3, 2016.

May 2007
Cause: Melamine. Announcement: AVMA report (archived); FDA reports dated June 28, 2008. What was recalled: The following cans and pouches of pet food:

  • Triumph Sliced Beef & Gravy dog food, 5.5oz can, “Best by” dates between Dec. 11, 2009 and March 7, 2010
  • Triumph Mixed Grill cat food, 3 oz. pouch, “Best by” dates between Nov. 8, 2008 and March 7, 2009
  • Triumph Turkey and Giblets cat food, 3 oz. pouch, “Best by” dates between Nov. 8, 2008 and March 7, 2009
  • Triumph Sliced Beef & Gravy cat food, 3 oz. can, “Best by” dates between Dec. 6, 2009 and Jan. 24, 2010

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