Name: “Cuts-and-gravy” style dog and cat food sold under brands including Eukanuba and Iams
Manufacturer: Menu Foods, Inc.
Approved uses: Dog and cat food
Common malfunction: Contaminated; causes kidney failure in some pets
Pet Food Recall
Canadian-based pet food manufacturer Menu Foods has recalled “cuts-and-gravy”-style dog and cat food sold under nearly 40 brands in the United States, including Eukanuba, Purina and Iams, after revealing that the recalled pet food causes kidney failure and death in some pets. The food is packaged in foil pouches and cans and was produced at Menu Foods’ Emporia, Kansas facility between December 2006 and March 2007.
An Update on the Menu Foods Pet Food Recall – Frequently Asked Questions
What is Menu Foods. Menu Foods Limited is an Ontario, Canada based company and is one of the largest manufacturers of wet cat and dog food in North America. Menu Foods products are sold under 95 brand names and are sold at grocery stores, pet product retailers, and wholesale companies.
Pet Food Recall: Menu Foods Dog and Cat Linked to Kidney Failure in Pets
It’s news that has put pet owners in a panic: Canada-based pet food manufacturer Menu Foods, Inc. has issued a recall of pet food that has been linked to kidney failure and death in dogs and cats. The pet food recall affects over 40 brands nationwide, and encompasses major retailers including Kroger and Wal-Mart.