Walmart Pet Food Recalled Due To Salmonella Contamination

Ol’Roy dog food sold at 69 Walmart stores has been recalled due to salmonella contamination, according to the FDA.
Only one specific lot of 55 pound bonus bags of Ol’ Roy Complete Nutrition dry dog food was affected. Pets who eat the food or people who handle it could be infected with salmonella, so if you’ve purchased this dog food you’re going to want to throw it out and return the empty bag to Walmart for a refund.

Don’t haul in 55lbs of contaminated food and dump it on some poor blue vest. Please. Product info inside.

    Product: Ol’ Roy Complete Nutrition dry dog food
    Size: 55 pound bonus bag
    UPC Code: 6 05388 72076 4
    Lot Number: 04 0735 1
    Best Buy Date: Apr 13 ’08
    Best Buy Date Location: Back of bag

    Affected Stores: Only 69 Wal-Mart Stores potentially received this product from 2 distribution warehouses in Virginia. The 69 stores are located in Maryland (4 stores), North Carolina (10), Ohio (1), Pennsylvania (3), Virginia (40) and West Virginia (11). A full listing of the affected stores is available at www.doanepetcare.com. This product UPC has been blocked from retail sale at these 69 locations.

—MEGHANN MARCO

List Of Affected Stores
Single Lot of 55lb Bags of Ol’Roy Complete Nutrition Dry Dog Food Voluntarily Recalled in Select Stores by Doane Pet Care [FDA]
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