Recall of Specific Batches of 'Sportmix' dog food by Midwestern Pet Foods Inc
15 Jan 2021
The Animal & Veterinary Service (AVS), a cluster of the National Parks Board, has been informed that Midwestern Pet Foods, Inc., a manufacturer based in the United States, is recalling all of its dry dog and cat food products containing corn, produced at its facility in Chickasha, Oklahoma, with an expiration date on or before 9 July 2022. This is due to high levels of Aflatoxin* detected in the food. All other Midwestern Pet Foods products are unaffected by this recall.
Based on our records, two of the implicated products, ‘Sportmix Dog Maintenance Adult Mini Chunk’ and ‘Sportmix Dog Hi Protein’ were imported and retailed in Singapore. The importer, Pet Station, has initiated a recall of the implicated products on 13 January 2021. The recall is ongoing. Pet owners who had purchased the implicated feed from Pets’ Station Holding Pte Ltd may contact the company at 6363 1121 for a refund.
Pet owners with these products should immediately stop feeding them to their pets. Owners with pets that have consumed the implicated feed and show signs such as lethargy, loss of appetite, vomiting and/or diarrhoea should seek veterinary attention immediately. So far, AVS has not received feedback about animals affected from consuming this feed.
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