Contaminated pet food is still being sold at some stores, U.S. health officials warned Thursday. Reuters reports that the Food and Drug Administration said it had inspected about 400 stores nationwide and still found some dog and cat food products affected by last month's recall by Canada-based pet food maker Menu Foods Income Fund and other manufacturers.
"FDA believes most companies have removed the recalled product; however, some have not," the agency said in a statement. See here for more.
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