Pedigree recall due to pieces of plastic!

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Pedigree pet foods has announced a recall on three types of weight management canned foods.  There potentially pieces of plastic in the food!  This happened because pieces of blue plastic broke off of a conveyor belt in the factory.  The plastic bits are not poisonous but could possibly pose a choking risk.

What foods are affected?

The recall affects cans of food that look like this:  (Click to see an enlarged photo).

Recalled Pedigree Foods

The recalled foods include:

  • Pedigree Healthy Weight Premium Ground Entree in Meaty Juices
  • Pedigree Weight Management Meaty Ground Dinner Beef and Liver Dinner in Meaty Juices
  • Pedigree Weight Management Meaty Ground Dinner Chicken and Rice Dinner in Meaty Juices

Here is how you can tell if your lot of cans is affected: (Click to enlarge)

Pedigree recalled lots

(These photos are from the website.)

Does the recall affect Pedigree foods distributed in Canada?

According to the website, this recall only affects foods distributed in the United States.  Therefore, if you bought your food in Canada it is safe.

Have you been affected?

Did you receive any of the affected cans?  If so, I’d love to hear from you.  How large are the plastic pieces in your can?

If you do have one or more of the recalled cans you can return them to the store where you bought them for a full refund.  If you have any questions you can contact Pedigree at 1-877-720-3335 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. CST.

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