Stormberg Dog Food Recall – July 12 2022

Dog Food Recall Important Information

Product Being Recalled: Stormberg Dog Food Recalls Chicken Strips and Chicken Crisps

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Dog Food Recall Additional Information 

Date of Dog Food Recall: July 12 2022

Company Recalling Dog Food: Stormberg Foods

Reason for Dog Food Recall: Salmonella

FDA Link to Dog Food Recall Announcement:

Announcement Synopsis

A voluntary recall has been announced by Stromberg Foods for a number of different chicken-related products including the following:

ProductSizeUPCBatch No.Exp Dates
Beg & Barker Chicken Breast Strips1 oz8 50025 54628 7All batch numbers06/06/23 to 06/23/23
Beg & Barker Chicken Breast Strips4 oz8 50025 54611 9All batch numbers06/06/23 to 06/23/23
Beg & Barker Chicken Breast Strips10 oz8 50025 54610 2All batch numbers06/06/23 to 06/23/23
Billo’s Best Friend Chicken Breast Strips4 oz8 50025 54682 9All batch numbers06/06/23 to 06/23/23
Green Coast Pets Chicken Crisps4 oz8 60001 92832 7All batch numbers06/06/23 to 06/23/23
Green Coast Pets Chicken Crisps8 oz8 60001 92833 4All batch numbers06/06/23 to 06/23/23

The recall was triggered due to a positive test result of potential contamination due to Salmonella reported by the North Carolina Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services. 

Salmonella can be very dangerous for both pets and humans. Always follow proper cleaning and handling practices when dealing with any raw meat or poultry products. 

Potential Symptoms of Listeria Monocytogenes Salmonella in Dogs

Both dogs and cats may suffer greatly from diarrhea containing mucus and/or blood. Watch for fevers or vomiting. Another common symptom of listeria in dogs and cats is lethargy or an increase in tiredness. In some cases, no symptoms may be present but the dog may still be suffering from Salmonella infection. Stop feeding your dog this particular food if he or she shows signs of having any of these symptoms. (1)

Consult your veterinarian if you suspect your dog is ill and consult your doctor if any humans in your home become ill after handling the product. 

How to Identify the Recalled Dog Food Product

You can determine if your product qualifies as part of the dog food recall by checking the UPC number as outlined in the images below and found near the bottom on the back, right side of the bag. If your product’s UPC matches one of the UPCs found above, stop feeding it to your dog and immediately dispose of it safely.

Handling of Recalled Dog Food Products

It is essential that any recalled dog food products are handled in a safe and careful manner. Take these precautions as a general guide when handling recalled products. 

  • Always wash hands with warm soap and water for at least 30 seconds after handling, cutting, or otherwise preparing any animal flesh (including beef, poultry, and lamb products, as well as wild animal flesh).
  • Always wash your cooking area thoroughly with hot water and soap after meals are prepared. 
  • Remove and then throw away any used cloths you used to clean areas that are contaminated by raw meat. 
  • Keep all raw meats (including beef, poultry, and lamb products, as well as wild game) away from children.
  • Keep raw meats (including beef, poultry, and lamb products as well as wild game) separate from other foods and drinks.

Recalling Companies Contact Info

Stormberg Foods Consumers: (919) 947-6011

Stormberg Foods Media Relations: (919) 947-6011

Online Contact: online request