Recall Expanded: Now Includes All G & C Raw Dog and Cat Foods

The expanded recall now covers every dog and cat food that G & C Raw made between Feb. 27 and July 20, 2018.

Every G & C Raw dog and cat food produced during a 5-month period this year has been recalled. The reason is it has the potential to be contaminated with listeria. Photo by: G & C Raw, LLC

Maker: G & C Raw, LLC
Cause: Potential for listeria
Announcement: FDA report (archived here)
What was recalled: The following dog and cat foods produced by G & C Raw with lot numbers that end in “022718” through “072018”:

  • G & C Raw Beef Veggie Mix Dog Food
  • G & C Raw Ground Beef Dog Food
  • G & C Raw Sliced Beef Heart Dog Food
  • G & C Raw Ground Beef Heart Dog Food P
  • G & C Raw Ground Chicken Dog Food
  • G & C Raw Chicken Veggie Mix Dog Food
  • G & C Raw Chicken Mix Patties Dog Food
  • G & C Raw Duck Veggie Mix Dog Food
  • G & C Raw Ground Duck Dog Food
  • G & C Raw Ground Rabbit Dog Food
  • G & C Raw Rabbit Veggie Mix Dog Food
  • G & C Raw Ground Lamb Dog Food
  • G & C Raw Lamb Veggie Mix Dog Food
  • G & C Raw Ground Beef Pancreas Dog Food
  • G & C Raw Beef Liver Chunks Dog Food
  • G & C Raw Beef Sweet Breads Dog Food
  • G & C Raw Ground Pork Dog Food
  • G & C Raw Pork Veggie Mix Dog Food
  • G & C Raw Ground Pollock Dog Food
  • G & C Raw Turkey Veggie Mix Dog Food
  • G & C Raw Ground Turkey Dog Food
  • G & C Raw Tripe Dog Food
  • Kim’s Special Beef Organ Dog Food
  • Shelby’s Pork Organ Mix Dog Food
  • Pat’s Cat Beef
  • Pat’s Cat Chicken
  • Pat’s Cat Turkey
  • Pat’s Cat Duck
  • Pat’s Cat Rabbit

Back in August, about 70 containers of G & C Raw pet food were recalled over concerns about possible listeria contamination. Now we’ve received word that the recall has greatly expanded.

The expanded recall now covers every dog and cat food that G & C Raw made between Feb. 27 and July 20, 2018.

The FDA announcement states that this is a “precaution,” adding that there have been no reported pet sicknesses and that “pets with Listeria monocytogenes infections are rare.”

The products were distributed through direct delivery in Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky, North Carolina, Tennessee, South Carolina, Georgia and Illinois.

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