Thank you Phyllis!
Someone asleep at the pet recall switch, realizing their mistake, would like consumers to know they made a little boo boo. It seems like a tiny mistake, but I guess (…) Read more
Another pet food company has been pulled in to the Diamond pet food recalls of pet foods produced at Diamond’s troubled Gaston, South Carolina plant, bringing the number of affected (…) Read more
(UPDATED May 27, 2012, 11:00 am PST) Just when the recalls were mounting to an unmanageable state and frazzled bloggers were tearing their hair out, food safety pro Phyllis Entis, (…) Read more
Diamond Pet Food’s recall has grown legs and is off and running. Four of Canidae Dog formulas made at the troubled Diamond Pet Food plant in Gaston, South Carolina are (…) Read more
Following a U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) report on Thursday that contaminated Diamond Pet Food was responsible for the widespread illness in people infected with the Salmonella Infantis, Diamond (…) Read more
Diamond is going to need more than luck to dig themselves out of this hole. Diamond Pet Foods announced today, for the third time in less than a month, (…) Read more
Salmonella concerns prompted Missouri-based Diamond Pet Foods to recall a second batch of dry dog food produced at a South Carolina plant where production has been suspended, the company announced (…) Read more
Susan Thixton is reporting on a Diamond Dog Food Recall that hasn’t even hit the pages at the FDA! Hot off the presses from Truth About Pet Food (dang she’s fast!).
Diamond Pet Foods Voluntarily Recalls Limited Number of Dry Dog Food Bags Due to a Potential Health Risk
Recall is limited to one formula of Diamond Naturals Lamb Meal & Rice due to possible Salmonella contamination distributed to 12 states; no illnesses reported. Read more