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Sainsbury Supermarket Recalls 11 Pet Foods
- Jun 12, 2018 -

According to the British Food Standards Agency (FSA), the British Food Standards Agency recently issued a product recall announcement saying that Sainsbury's in the UK has announced the recall of 11 pet foods because of excessive vitamin D content in these products.


The recalled products involved 11 frozen and broth products. Sainsbury supermarket other products are not affected.


It is understood that pet foods with vitamin D content exceeding the standard will not cause problems in the short term after feeding pets, but long-term consumption of pets will cause symptoms such as drowsiness, stiffness, vomiting, and diarrhea.


The company issued a recall announcement at the retail outlet to inform consumers of recalls.


The British Food Standards Agency stated that the product has exceeded the vitamin D content and it is recommended that consumers return the product for a refund.