CINCINNATI — Kroger, Wegmans Food Markets, Schnuck Markets and other retailers are responding to the widened pet food investigation by notifying shoppers about newly recalled products — and allaying consumer fears about what to feed their pets. Kroger here said it recognizes the situation has “concerned customers and has touched pet lovers everywhere” but gave assurance that dry food it sells under its Pet Pride label and other brands in its stores is safe. “Kroger manufactures Pet Pride ...

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