[Fox Business] Pedigree dog food bags recalled due to possible ‘loose metal pieces’

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More than 300 bags of Pedigree dog kibble are being recalled over concerns the products may contain metal.

In a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recall announcement, Mars Petcare US said 315 44-pound bags of Pedigree Adult Complete Nutrition Grilled Steak & Vegetable Flavor Dry Dog food for adult dogs might have “loose metal pieces” in them, something that “could pose a health hazard to pets.”  

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The affected bags have best-by dates of March 4, 2025 and a lot code of “410B2TXT02,” according to the recall notice.

Mars Petcare said Walmart stores in four states – Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas – received and sold the dog kibble that potentially has metal pieces in the bags.

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The recalled kibble hasn’t caused any pets to suffer injuries or fall sick to date, according to the company.

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