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Voluntary Recall of LabDie and Mazuri Feed ProductsPublished on Tuesday, 03 July 2012 18:13
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Voluntary Recall of LabDiet® and Mazuri® Feed Products
Trish Scorpio, PMI International
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – July 3, 2012 – PMI Nutrition International has initiated a voluntary recall of four varieties of the LabDiet® and Mazuri® feed products listed below, due to the potential for an elevated vitamin D level in these products. Elevated vitamin D levels can be harmful to animals if fed for extended periods.
These products were manufactured at the Richmond, IN feed plant and were distributed throughout the U.S. and to a few international customers. Dealers have been contacted and asked to hold these products and to notify and retrieve the product from customers. The affected product should not be used, and where applicable, be returned to the retail dealer.
|Formula No.||Item No.||Description||Lot No.|
|5025||0001330||Guinea Pig Diet 50#||APR17122|
|56A6||0001452||Mazuri® Small Bird Maintenance 25#||APR15123|
|5MA2||0040996||Mazuri® Primate Maintenance Biscuit 25#||APR22122|
|5MD9||0011482||Mazuri® Maned Wolf Diet 33#||APR21122|
Lot numbers are laser printed on the back of each bag, near the top. Lot numbers are formatted as follows: APR= Month / 17=Day of Month / 12 =Year / 2 =Plant Code.
The recall was initiated after receiving a small number of customer complaints, which involved animal illness and small bird mortality.
Customers who purchased the product will receive a full refund. For more information on the product recall, contact your local dealer or Customer Service (1-855-863-0421, x 224) between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. (EDT), Monday through Friday.
Recalled Product Photos Are Also Available on FDA's Flickr Photostream.
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