According to Food Safety News, the FDA says the salmonella contamination at Diamond Pet Foods Missouri plant is a different strain than the salmonella found at the South Carolina plant. The FDA has now included the Missouri plant in the investigation into the Diamond Pet Foods recall.
According to Food Safety News, there have been reports wordwide of pets becoming sick after eating the foods manufactured at Diamond Pet Foods.
Pet owners are rightfully extremely worried as there are a number of human cases in addition to pets becoming ill. Two cats died in a Montreal shelter as a result of eating the contaminated food.
For more specifics and a comprehensive list of the recalled food, visit efoodalert.
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