The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has issued a recall of Filiberto Mexican Food products in the United States after a dog ate a dog food that contained dog feed.
A spokeswoman for the agency said in a news release that a total of 30 million Filibero MeXican product shipments were affected in the U.S. after a product from the company’s Canadian division was inadvertently fed to a dog.
The Canadian Food Corporation is recalling all Filiberos MeXico products sold in Canada and is sending them to the U.
“In the United Kingdom, Filiberymexican is also recalling the MeXis brand of dog food in the UK and is making the recall available for customers in the country.
This is not a dog product and the FDA has not authorized the importation of it.
It is not clear how long the recall would last. “
We are taking this recall seriously and have worked with our supplier to review the ingredients in the recalled Filiberco MeXimax products and have identified any product-specific issues that could pose a safety risk,” the agency’s statement said.
It is not clear how long the recall would last.
The Food and Drug Administration did not immediately return a request for comment.