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Grace M. Drake
Grace M. Drake • 2 years ago

The Diamond Pet Foods recall now seems to involve more than one of their plants, and there are more reports of illness.

  • Grace M. Drake
    Grace M. Drake • 2 years ago

    The article has been updated: "Update (May 29, 3:30 p.m. Eastern): U.S. Food and Drug Administration spokeswoman Laura Alvey has told Food Safety News that the Salmonella contamination found at Diamond's Meta, Missouri plant is not from the same strain as that of the Gaston, South Carolina plant. The contamination at the Missouri plant comes from Salmonella Liverpool, while the South Carolina plant -- connected to all products except those in the most recent recall expansion -- has been contaminated by Salmonella Infantis. Alvey also said that the Missouri plant has now been included in the FDA's ongoing investigation into the Diamond Pet Foods Salmonella outbreak and recall. This article was originally published before the FDA had named the Salmonella strain found at the Missouri plant."

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