Can someone tell me which brands of dog food have never had a recall?
Mine prefer cheese. Maybe try that one.DiGiorno Frozen Pepperoni Pizza..
This.Look up the FDA website. They have a list of recalls. Although I don't know if never having a recall is necessarily a good thing---it might just mean they've never tested their food for anything.
Do they make a frozen Pepperoni Pizza that me and my dogs can enjoy?I got an e-mail response from FROMM dog foods. They have never had a recall. Here is the message:
Thank you for your email and interest in Fromm Family Pet Foods.
Our family owned an operated company has been making premium pet foods since 1949. Here in Wisconsin we run two facilities for our kibble production, and this last year we proudly welcomed our 5th generation into our family business. In our rich history of over sixty years of dedicated experience and nutrition, we have never been involved in any recall.
That said, be assured we do not rest on those laurels as we remain diligent in our commitment to safety each and every minute of our production day. One of the ways we do this is with our proactive approach to cleanliness and our lab testing of each batch of food we make. Should there ever be a concern we would be able to identify it before it even had a chance to leave our facility. We continue to set nutrition, quality, and integrity standards in the industry with our quiet innovations and approach to always doing the right thing. Even when those choices may take more time, costs, and efforts we believe that you and your pet are worth it.
Please note that should you select any of our recipes, we always have and will always offer an unconditional guarantee. We ask that should you ever need to use the guarantee you have your itemized store receipt and the UPC or Proof-of-purchase, please retain both. This guarantee is instead of samples as we no longer them directly from here at our manufacturing site. Some of our retailers will have samples so please inquire with them.
If you have any further questions now or in the future please let me know, I am happy to help.
You have to be joking. Champion has had several recalls, including the deaths of many cats in Australia that was white-washed for months before the recall. On top of that, Orijen was recalled for sharp fish bones and Acana was denied importation for salmonella contamination. And on top of that Champion managed to make a cow with bovine spongiform encephalopathy or Mad Cow into pet food.Don't think Acana has ever had a recall
The Australian recall was Australia's own fault. If you read what happened, Australia's regulations on imports and how they are handled you would know better.You have to be joking. Champion has had several recalls, including the deaths of many cats in Australia that was white-washed for months before the recall. On top of that, Orijen was recalled for sharp fish bones and Acana was denied importation for salmonella contamination. And on top of that Champion managed to make a cow with bovine spongiform encephalopathy or Mad Cow into pet food.
That doesn't surprise me that AU did that. But it was a hard lesson for them to learn. When you arrive in AU on a plane the flight attendants are required to spray the inside of the plane with a bug spray before the doors are opened. At least they did when I flew there some years ago and I thought it was bug spray! Also there are plenty of signs and trash cans before you get to customs/immigration telling you dispose of food items, even ones kept and were served on the plane.The Australia recall wasn't the manufacturer's fault, as I understand it. I guess it was some kind of irradiation that customs did that caused the trouble.