Procter & Gamble, Cargill recall dog food on aflatoxin concerns

12/7/2011 | ConsumerReports.org · KLRT-TV (Little Rock, Ark.)

Certain bags of Iams brand dry puppy food, manufactured by Procter & Gamble, have been recalled due to high levels of aflatoxin, a mold biproduct that causes decreased appetite, lethargy, yellow tinge to the gums and eyes, and diarrhea. Cargill has also recalled some of its River Run and Marksman brand dry dog foods due to higher-than-acceptable aflatoxin levels. No illnesses have been reported in association with the recalled products.

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ConsumerReports.org · KLRT-TV (Little Rock, Ark.)

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