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Why Are Zukes Dog Treats Recall?

FAQs Cindy Castillo August 4, 2022

30. April 2021 – Zuke’s has voluntarily removed its popular Zuke’s Mini Naturals dog treats from retail stores due to “a potential quality issue“. In an online letter to customers, the company states that this is “not a recall” and the cause is “not a food safety issue”.

What is wrong with Zukes dog treats?

Customers have reported mold problems and now these natural dog treats are being removed from stores – but Zuke’s says it’s not a recall. All sizes and flavors of Zuke’s Mini Naturals are being “voluntarily” removed from stores, including the Chicken, Salmon, Peanut Butter & Oat recipes pictured above.

Why were Zukes dog treats recall?

Zuke’s voluntarily recalled its products and had only this to say: “We have identified a product quality issue during recent production where the natural preservative system may not be working as effectively as it should.

Is Zukes still on recall?

We are voluntarily removing Zukes Mini Naturals due to a quality issue that is not a food safety issue. Your recall seems to be ineffective. continue to sell almost all flavors of Mini Naturals. We have voluntarily withdrawn these products due to a production issue.

Are Zukes dog treats safe?

Zuke’s Commitment to Quality Products

Our quality control and safety standards exceed the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) standards for pet food. Our ingredients meet strict US quality standards. Our products are free from fillers, by-products and artificial colors and flavors.

What happened to Zukes treats?

30. April 2021 – Zuke’s has voluntarily removed its popular Zuke’s Mini Naturals dog treats from retail stores due to “a potential quality issue”. In an online letter to customers, the company states that this is “not a recall” and the cause is “not a food safety issue”.

Is Zukes a good brand for dogs?

Why you’ll love it: Made with real meat as the first ingredient and perfectly bite-sized, Zuke’s Mini Naturals Dog Treats are our overall pick for the best dog treat.

Does Purina own Zukes?

Zukes Performance Pet Nutrition has become part of Nestle Purina PetCare, the companies announced.

Has Merrick dog food been recalled?

Has Merrick ever been recalled? Yes. In May 2018, some Merrick beef-based dog treats were recalled due to potential elevated beef thyroid hormone levels. The company said it was aware of a single customer complaint of an ill dog.

What are good training treats for puppies?

Are Zukes training treats healthy?

These puppy treats contain leading amounts of DHA and EPA to support healthy brain development. They’re gluten free and grain free – no fillers, just wholesome ingredients. I frequently recommend these to my clients in puppy classes. Treat that puppy!

Where are Zukes dog treats made?

Their dog treats are made at multiple facilities in the United States and New Zealand. All of their treats and supplements contain no corn, wheat, and soy, and are also safe from fillers, by-products, and artificial colors or flavors.

What are Zukes?

Zucchini (or zucchini in some parts of the world) is a wonderfully versatile…fruit. yes you heard it You are a fruit, zuke.

References:

  1. https://www.petful.com/recalled/zukes-mini-naturals-treats/
  2. https://www.monchbar.com/blog/06-2021-natural-treat-recall
  3. https://twitter.com/zukespets/status/1388660503745114113
  4. https://www.zukes.com/quality-assurance/
  5. https://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/dog-food-recall/zukes-mini-naturals-dog-treats/
  6. https://www.insider.com/guides/pets/best-dog-treats
  7. https://www.petfoodindustry.com/articles/4078-nestla-purina-petcare-acquires-zukea-s-treat-company
  8. https://www.petful.com/brands/merrick/
  9. https://money.com/best-puppy-training-treats/
  10. https://spiritdogtraining.com/zukes-treat-review/
  11. https://www.uncovercolorado.com/made-in-colorado/zukes/
  12. https://tastykitchen.com/blog/2010/08/great-zukes/

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