Wednesday, December 07, 2011
Cargill is recalling two brands of dry dog food, that has been sold in Kansas.
The company is pulling River Run and Marksman products due to high aflatoxin levels. Aflatoxin is a naturally occurring mold by-product. Cargill said in a release that no illnesses have been reported.
The recall affects:
Professional Formula River Run HI-NRG 24-20 Dog Food – 50 lb. bags
River Run Professional Formula 27-18 Dog Food – 50 lb. bags
River Run 21-percent Protein Dog Food – 40 and 50 lb. bags
River Run Hi-Pro No-Soy Dog Food – 40 to 50 lb. bags
Marksman Dog Food 24-percent protein, 20-percent fat – 40 lb. bags
Marksman Dog Food 20-percent protein, 10-percent fat – 40 and 50 lb. bags
Marksman Dog Food 28-percent protein, 18-percent fat – 40 lb. bags
Affected lot numbers include: 4K0335 through 4K0365, LL0335 through LL0365, 4K1001 through 4K1335 and LL1001 through LL1335.
The affected dry dog food products were distributed in the following 15 states/territories - Kansas, Missouri, Northeast Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Western Kentucky, Southeast Indiana, Southern Illinois, Hawaii, Guam, the U.S. Virgin Islands and limited areas of Florida and California.
Consumers are urged to return affected products to their place of purchase for a full refund.