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Fw: Itchmo Recall Alert: Lick Your Chops Dry Cat Food Recalled


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http://www.itchmo.com/read/new-recall-lick-your-chops-recall_20070517

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NEW RECALL: Lick Your Chops Recalls Dry Cat Food
May 17th, 2007

Lick Your Chops is recalling their Kitten and Cat dry food in the 4 lb. and 18 lb. bags with a Best By date of 4/29/08, due to the possibility this product may have been cross-contaminated.

The food doesn't contain any wheat gluten, corn gluten or rice protein concentrate, but "it was produced around the same time there may have been other products manufactured that contained rice gluten, even though tests on these products did not indicate any presence of contamination".

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