Frozen raw cat food recall by Northwest Farm Food Coop

Northwest Farm Food Cooperative has issued a voluntarily recall of frozen raw cat food that may be contaminated with salmonella, which can affect the animals consuming the product and poses a risk to humans handling the product. To date, no pet or consumer illnesses from the cat food have been reported. The recall was the result of FDA testing that found the product contained the bacteria. The Burlington, WA-based company has ceased production and distribution of the cat food as it and regulatory officials look for the cause of the contamination. FDA announcement

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