Four products are being recalled by the supermarket chain due to "regulatory inconsistencies" with the Chinese-made treats.
Publix has issued voluntary recalls of four separate Chinese-made dog treat products it sells in its stores. Beginning on Jan. 9, the chain issued recalls for Waggin' Train Dog Treats and Milo's Kitchen Dog Treats. Two days later, further recalls were issued for Publix Chicken Tenders Dog Chew Treats and Cadet Brand Chicken Jerky Treat. “As part of our commitment to food safety, including that of our four-legged family members, potentially impacted product has been removed from all store shelves,” said Maria Brous, Publix media and community relations director in a press release. No illnesses have been tied to three of the four products, but Publix customers can return all of these treats and receive a full refund of the purchase price. …
The convenience store chain said the items from its stores had been removed prior to Flying Food Group's recall.
Friday, July 29, 2011
RaceTrac Petroleum released the following statement in response to the voluntary product recall issued Thursday by Georgia–based supplier, Flying Food Group: “RaceTrac considers the safety of our guests and in-store team members of paramount importance. On July 25, 2011, prior to any official announcement, we learned of a pending voluntary product recall of USDA/FDA-regulated food distributed in Georgia by one of our food suppliers, Flying Food Group. As a proactive measure to protect the best interest of our guests, RaceTrac preemptively removed all products prepared and provided by Flying Food Group from our 65 Georgia stores on July 25. No other RaceTrac products or markets were impacted. Any reports to the contrary are incorrect. On …