|Date||Brand Name||Product Description||Reason/ Problem||Company||Details / Photo||Recall Type|
|01/30/2015||Big Bark||Beef Jerky Treats||Salmonella||Grill-Phoria LLC||454, 69, 220, 183, 495|
|01/23/2015||Cox Veterinary Laboratory||Gastroade Xtra||Unapproved new animal drug||Cox Veterinary Laboratory, Inc.||454, 183, 495|
|01/20/2015||J.J. Fuds||Pet food, Chicken Tender Chunks||Listeria monocytogenes||J.J. Fuds, Inc.||454, 69, 183, 495|
|01/16/2015||Oma's Purr||Cat food||Salmonella||Oma's Pride||454, 183, 495, 69|
|12/31/2014||Jump Your Bones||Pet treats||Salmonella||Jump Your Bones, Inc.||454, 69, 495, 183|
|12/24/2014||Barkworthies||Chicken Vittles dog chews||Salmonella||Barkworthies||454, 495, 183|
|12/12/2014||Gastrotec||Combination of Omeprazole and Misoprostol in a paste||Not approved for use as an animal drug||Tristar Equine Marketing, LLC.||454, 183, 495, 208|
|12/10/2014||Burkmann Feeds||Poultry feed||Contaminated with Monensin Sodium||Burkmann Feeds||454, 69, 495, 183|
The list above provides information gathered from press releases and other public notices about certain recalls of FDA-regulated products.
Press releases issued more than 60 days ago are accessible in the Recall and Safety Alerts Archive. For more safety information in a specific product area, please visit the links below.
Recalls of raw (fresh and fresh frozen) oysters, clams, mussels, and whole and roe-on scallops
The safety of these products is ensured by the Interstate Shellfish Sanitation Conference (ISSC), which consists of federal, state, and industry partners who administer the National Shellfish Sanitation Program (NSSP).