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Cat Food Recall 2019: Nestle Recalls Cat Food Because it Contains Rubber

Cat Food Recall 2019: Possible Choking Hazard Causes Recall

Cat Food Recall 2019 has a new product included in it. This is in addition to the series of dog food that have been recalled. The latest to join the list of recalls is a product by Nestle Purina PetCare Company. The product is Muse Wet Cat Food.

Cat Food Recall 2019: Why?

The latest addition in the list of cat foods being recalled is Muse wet cat food. This is because the food is suspected to contain pieces of rubber because of which pets can suffer from choking hazards.

The cat food that is affected is the Muse Natural Chicken Recipe. This is in gravy and is sold in cans of three ounces.

The pieces of rubber in the cat food are in translucent yellow. They also have a backing of blue. The recalled sold is available all around the nation. It is available at e-commerce retailers along with specialty stores.

Details of the recalled cat food

The UPC code of the cat food is 3810017199. It has a production code 80941162. The Best Buy date which is given below the can is APR2020.

Cat Food Recall 2019

The product is by Nestle Purina PetCare Company. The Company says that it recalls this pet food because of abundance caution.

It is also because the company’s first commitment is the health of the pets. By selling contaminated food, well-being of the of their ultimate customers will be affected.

You can check the official call off here.

Cat Food Recall: The story behind calling off

The company became aware of this contamination because of a compliant. This was a pet owner compliant.

Nestle says that it has changed the processes of production of the cat food. This is to avoid any similar problems in future.

Cat Food Recall 2019: Possible Choking Hazard Causes Recall
Cat Food Recall
Source: Daily Hornet

However, the company has not received any reports. This is particularly for injury or illness that was caused because of the cat food.

How to reach Nestle for queries?

Nestle Purina can be reached at 1-800-982-3885. Moreover, this is for any questions. The number is operational 24 hours and even seven days a week.

Nestle is urging the pet owners to discard the contaminated food. The company also promises a replacement.

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Written by Kanishka

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