In the days following Menu Foods' recall of pet food that was linked to vomiting, lethargy and deaths among animals, some retailers were exhibiting their own symptoms of sluggishness. Prompted by reports from the Washington-based Food and Drug Administration and various media outlets that retailers were still carrying impacted product more than a week after the recall was initially issued, Streetsville, Ontario-based Menu Foods again urged grocers to pull recalled products. The FDA could ...
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