Evanger’s Dog & Cat Food Recalls Select Lots of Hunk of Beef Products

Evanger’s Canine & Cat Meals of Wheeling, IL has voluntarily
recalled choose a lot of its Hunk of Beef product resulting from
potential pentobarbital contamination.


Based on the discharge, the results of pentobarbital
in animals can trigger uncomfortable side effects together with,
“drowsiness, dizziness, pleasure, lack of steadiness, or nausea,
or in excessive circumstances, presumably loss of life.”


Hunk of Beef merchandise concerned on this recall are available packs of
12-oz.cans and embody lot numbers which have an expiration date
of June 2020 with the next lot numbers:








The second half of the barcode of recalled merchandise reads
20109, which could be discovered on the again of the Hunk of Beef
product label.



These recalled cans of 12-oz.Hunk of Beef cans have been distributed
to retail places and bought on-line within the following states:
Washington, California, Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan,
Wisconsin, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Massachusetts,
Maryland, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, and have been
manufactured the week of June 6 – June 13, 2016.


The recall was initiated as a result of pentobarbital was detected in
a single lot of Hunk of Beef merchandise. Based on an organization
launch, Evangers selected to recall extra Hunk of Beef
merchandise that have been manufactured the identical week out of an
abundance of warning.


As of February three, the date of the discharge, “…it has been
reported that 5 canines turned ailing and 1 of the 5 canines
handed away after consuming the product with lot quantity


Evangers is investigating how the substance entered their uncooked
materials provide.

Pet house owners who nonetheless have cans of recalled merchandise with lot
numbers listed above are suggested to return it to the place of
buy for a full refund. You may as well contact Evangers with
any questions at 1-847-537-0102 between 10:00 am to five:00 pm
CST, Monday by way of Friday.


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