PMI Expands Mazuri Recall



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PMI Expands Mazuri RecallMazuri recall, recall, PMI recallPMI Nutrition International expanded its recent recall to include three additional varieties of Mazuri feed products, the company reported Friday.PMI Nutrition International expanded its recent recall to include three additional varieties of Mazuri feed products.newsline, recallPMI Expands Mazuri RecallPosted: July 10, 2012, 12:25 p.m. EDT

PMI Nutrition International expanded its recent recall to include three additional varieties of Mazuri feed products, the company reported Friday.

The company recalled the products due to the potential for elevated vitamin D levels, which can be harmful to animals if fed for extended periods, PMI reported.

The recalled products, in addition to those recalled on July 3, include:

Formula No.

Item No.

Description

Lot No.

5MA2 0040996 Mazuri Primate Maintenance Biscuit 25# APR11123
5M68 0006758 Mazuri Mouse Breeder 9F 50# APR20122
5NAA 0062089 Mazuri Primate Basix 25# APR20123

Lot numbers are laser printed on the back of each paper bag, the company said.

The products were manufactured at the Richmond, Ind., feed plant and were distributed starting Apr. 12, 2012, through July 6, 2012. PMI contacted dealers and asked them to hold the products and to notify and retrieve the products from customers.

Customers who purchased the product will receive a full refund, PMI said. The company can be contacted Monday through Friday at 1-855-863-0421 ext. 224 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. EDT.

Recalled Mazuri breeder mouse feed
Mazuri Mouse Breeder is among the three products PMI Nutrition International added to a recent recall.

 

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