Sunshine Mills issued a recall for its Nature’s Menu Super Premium Dog Food with a Blend of Real Chicken & Quail because it may be contaminated with Salmonella.

The recalled dog food was sold in 3-pound and 13.5-pound bags at retail stores nationwide with UPC codes that include 7015514363 and 7015514365. Labels of the affected dog food can be viewed here.

Lot codes for the 3-pound bags of dog food are TE1 20/April /2020, TE1 21/April/2020, TE1 22/April/2020, TE2 20/April /2020, TE2 21/April/2020, TE2 22/April/2020, TE3 20/April/2020, TE3 21/April/2020, and TE3 22/April/2020.

Lot codes for the 13.5-pound bags are TB1 20/April /2020, TB1 21/April/2020, TB1 22/April/2020, TB2 20/April /2020, TB2 21/April/2020, TB2 22/April/2020, TB3 20/April/2020, TB3 21/April/2020, and TB3 22/April/2020.

Consumers that have purchased the recalled dog food should discontinue using it immediately. The unused portion of the dog food can be returned to the place of purchase for a full refund.

Questions about the recall can be directed to Sunshine Mills’ customer service at 1-800-705-2111 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET on weekdays or by email at customer.service@sunshinemills.com.

Pets that have been infected with Salmonella may show signs of lethargy, diarrhea, bloody diarrhea, fever, and vomiting. They may also have a decreased appetite and abdominal pain. Pets can be carriers of Salmonella and infect other animals or humans.

Pets that show symptoms of Salmonella infection should see their veterinarian.

Salmonella can also infect humans that handle the dog food as well as pets that eat the food. Salmonella infection in humans can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or bloody diarrhea, abdominal cramping, and fever. In some instances, it can also cause arterial infections, endocarditis, arthritis, muscle pain, eye irritation, and urinary tract symptoms.

Individuals that experience signs of Salmonella infection should contact their healthcare provider.

Sunshine Mills discovered the potential dog food contamination after a sample was tested by the Georgia Department of Agriculture. The Alabama-based company said there have been no reports of adverse effects from the recalled dog food in pets or humans. The company said no other dog foods are involved in the recall.

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