Recalled: Smallbatch Dog Duckbatch Sliders

The recall involves just a single lot of frozen dog “sliders,” and no illnesses have been reported.

duckbatch-dog-foodMaker: Smallbatch Pets Inc.
Cause: Potential for salmonella and listeria
Announcement: Company announcement dated March 26, 2016, via the FDA
What was recalled: 3 lb. frozen bags of Smallbatch Dog Duckbatch Sliders, Lot #CO27 and “Best by” date of Jan. 27, 2017

According to the company’s announcement, this voluntary recall involves just a single lot of the frozen bags of dog “sliders,” and no illnesses have been reported yet.

The affected products were distributed to pet food stores in California, Colorado, Oregon and Washington.

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