Dog Goods has also established an internal investigation to ascertain when and how the Products could have been polluted. So far, this internal evaluation hasn’t signaled any vulnerability in the organization’s practices, such as but not restricted to the review, storage, and handling of the merchandise.
However, Dog Goods will continue to inquire into the issue, collaborate fully with the FDA and the CDC, and supply additional advice to its clients and the general public as appropriate. Dog Goods voluntarily expanded its recall of pig ear dog treats to incorporate most 30-packs of Berkley advertisement Jensen brand pig ears offered at B.J.’s Wholesale Club stores, as stated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
This recall has been enlarged after the Rhode Island Department of Health testing discovered Salmonella at Berkley and Jensen brand pig ear pet treats. Dog Goods voluntarily expanded its recall of pig ear dog treats to incorporate most 30-packs of Berkley advertisement Jensen brand pig ears offered at B.J.’s Wholesale Club stores. Dog Goods purchased the pig ear dog chews out of one provider in Brazil from September 2018 during August 2019 and dispersed the goods nationally in retail shops.
Lot codes of recalled pig ear dog treats
Dog Goods, a pet food and treat distributor based in Tobyhanna, PA, recalled non-irradiated bulk and packaged pig ears branded Chef Toby Pig Ears with the lot codes indicated below: