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Wegmans Recalls Waggin’ Train, Milo’s Kitchen & Cadet Dog Treats for Illegal Drug Residue

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At least I didn’t eat the treats from China.

Retail chain Wegmans announced a recall of the recalled Nestle-Purina Waggin’ Train various dog treats, Del Monte owned Milo’s Kitchen dog treats, and Cadet Gourmet Chicken Sausage dog treats, after the products tested positive for trace amounts of five of antibiotics drug residues in the treats.

Information posted on Wegmans website follows:

  • Waggin’ Train Treats for Dogs: Big Blast, 1.93lbs – UPC: 8-07020-10113; Chicken Jerky Tenders, 5oz – UPC: 8-07020-77750; Duck Jerky Tenders, 5oz – UPC: 8-07020-33350; Western Grill, Assorted, 24oz – 8-07020-78524; Yam Good, Wholesome Chicken Wrapped Yams, 14oz – 8-07020-10314
  • Cadet Gourmet Chicken Sausage, 8oz – UPC: 7-68303-07461
  • Milo’s Kitchen Grillers Dog Treats, 14oz – UPC: 79100-51312

Reason for Recall: Multiple companies have recalled these products due to test results showing trace amounts .

All products may be returned for a full refund. For more information, please see below:

Waggin’ Train products – Please call Waggin’ Train LLC at 1-800-982-0704
Cadet Gourmet products – Please call IMS Pet Industries at 1-800-394-4467
Milo’s Kitchen products – Please call Milo’s Kitchen Consumer Affairs at 1-877-228-6493

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