Protect Your Pups: Hy-Vee Recalls Dog Food Over Toxic Corn Mold Fears

The Hy-Vee Inc. grocery chain announced Friday a recall for five product lines of its branded dog food, but it has nothing to do with the recent recalls over Salmonella risks or unauthorized antibiotics in jerky treats made in China.

No, this one has to do with corn; specifically the “prevalence of a problematic mold in last year’s U.S. corn crop,” according to Reuters.

The Iowa Department of Agriculture, conducting random routine tests, found by the higher-than-normal levels of aflatoxin in some samples of Hy-Vee dog food produced at a Kansas City plant operated by Pro-Pet LLC.



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