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The Food and Drug Administration and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a major pet food recall, Thursday, over bacterial contamination.
Multiple popular brands of dog and cat food are part of the national recall, including Victor brand Hi-Pro Plus dog food, Super Premium Dog Food, Wayne Feeds Dog Food, Eagle Mountain Pet Food and Mid America pet food, according to the CDC. Owners are being urged to throw away any of these items they may have at home, but should not touch them if possible, as they may be contaminated with salmonella.
“People in this outbreak got sick from touching recalled dog food, touching things like dog bowls that contained the dog food, or touching the poop or saliva of dogs that were fed the dog food. Most of the sick people in this outbreak are infants,” the CDC wrote in the official notice. At least seven people have fallen sick from the contaminated food products, with at least one person needing to be hospitalized.
The CDC wrote in their official statement: “People in this outbreak got sick from touching recalled dog food, touching things like dog bowls that contained the dog food, or touching the poop or saliva of dogs that were fed the dog food. Most of the sick people in this outbreak are infants.”
So far, seven people have fallen sick from the contaminated food products. One person has been reportedly hospitalized.
SALMONELLA OUTBREAK: 7 people sick in 7 states from handling contaminated pet food. Most are infants. Check for recalled pet food and throw it away. Wash hands after feeding your pets and keep food bowls out of reach of young kids. More recall info: https://t.co/9whjCBkqJz pic.twitter.com/6UaUUZL5mF
— CDC (@CDCgov) November 9, 2023
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