Dog food recall as salmonella fears see it removed from shelves


Supermarkets and pet food stores have urgently announced a number of product recalls.The affected items, which include a variety of dog foods, are being pulled from stores as a precaution.

Customers are advised not to use certain lots of Benyfit Natural Pet Food due to the risk of salmonella, reports the Liverpool Echo.

The Food Standards Agency publishes “Product Recall Information Notices” and “Product Recall Information Notices” to inform consumers and local authorities of food-related issues.

This week, the latest product recalls include a household item that may contain the presence of salmonella.

Benyfit Natural Pet Food Ltd

Benyfit Natural Pet Food Ltd has taken the precautionary step of recalling several types of raw frozen dog food that contains beef as these products may contain salmonella.

These products have been sold through various independent and online pet food stores.

The following products are recalled:

  • Benyfit Natural 80-10-10 Beef feast
  • Unique recipe of raw duck, beef and beef
  • Benyfit Natural Beef & Tripe
  • Benyfit natural succulent beef
  • Embark on the raw natural whole working dog beef
  • Boeuf Neew Dog Premium
  • Unique recipe of chicken, beef and raw beef

Salmonella is a bacteria that can cause disease in humans and animals.

The items could pose a risk due to the presence of Salmonella, either through direct handling of pet food or indirectly, for example from bowls, utensils or contact with animal feces.

Symptoms caused by salmonella in humans generally include fever, diarrhea and abdominal cramps.

Animals do not necessarily show signs of disease, but symptoms may include diarrhea.

All customers who purchased the affected products online have been contacted and point of sale notices will be displayed at all retail stores that sell them.


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