Recalled: Triumph Ocean Fish Formula Canned Cat Food

This marks the 4th recall in the past week for either metal contamination or foreign material in a canned pet food.

Triumph Premium Cat Food Oceanfish Formula

Maker: Triumph
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.

Petful verified this limited recall with a Sunshine Mills representative. The Triumph brand is owned by Sunshine Mills, which operates the corporate office in Alabama.

No other details are known at this time. The company has not yet issued a public announcement about this recall, not even on Triumph’s social media pages.

This is the 4th recall in just the past week alone of canned pet food that has been potentially contaminated with either metal or “foreign material.”

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