Pet food maker Sunshine Hills has expanded its recall of dog food out of concerns that the products may contain potentially unsafe levels of aflatoxin, a byproduct of mold.
The Red Bay, Alabama based family-owned company expanded a September voluntary recall on Oct. 8 with several dog food products sold under brand names such as Champ, Good Dog and Old Glory, as well as cat food sold under the Sprout Hi-Protein brand, according to the Food and Drug Administration.
The pet foods were distributed to retailers across the United States, the FDA says.
The list of potentially hazardous products includes “Champ Mini Chunk Dog Food Beef and Chicken Flavor,” “Good Dog Brand Dog Food Hi-Energy Formula,” “Old Glory Hearty Beef & Chicken Flavor Dog Food,” and “Paws Happy Life Nutritionally Complete Dog Food.” Specific lot numbers of affected products can be found at FDA.gov.
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An investigation by the FDA, along with Sunshine Mills and the Louisiana Department