STREETSVILLE, Ont. -- Menu Foods here issued a press release Saturday asking retailers to immediately remove all impacted varieties of wet pet food posted at, regardless of date code, from their shelves. The statement was issued as a result of reports from the Food and Drug Administration and various media outlets that some recalled products remained on store shelves, according to the wet pet food manufacturer. “Menu Foods remains concerned that consumers are able to ...

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