WASHINGTON -- The Food and Drug Administration here advised pet owners yesterday that recalled pet food may still be on the shelves in some retail establishments. It urged retailers to be vigilant in removing all products associated with the pet food recall, which began on March 16. The FDA has conducted approximately 400 checks of retail stores across the country. “Based on the checks, FDA believes that most companies have removed the recalled product; however, some have not,” according to ...

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