Colorado consumers may need to be aware of the food and snacks that they are serving their pet because contamination may cause them illness. According to a recent report, Colorado-based Kasel Associated Industries is recalling several lines of products due to potential salmonella contamination. Kasel is recalling all products that were manufactured between April and Sept. 2012. The list of potentially dangerous product includes BIXBI, Colorado Naturals and Petco. Others on the list include Nature's Deli, Best Bully Stick and Boots & Barkley products.
The New-Mexico based company Sunland Inc. has had to recall at least 76 kinds of peanut butter recently in light of its connection with a salmonella outbreak across the United States. The tainted peanut butter was found at many Trader Joe's retail locations and covered a wide variety of peanut and almond butter products. They may have been sold in Colorado as well. The defective product has already been identified in 18 states, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention remains vigilant in searching for other possible illnesses.