The Diamond Pet Company, makers of Taste of the Wild, Country Value and Chicken Soup for the Pet Lover’s Soul among others, issued a voluntary recall on some of it’s product. The food originated in the company’s Gaston, South Carolina plant. As of this writing, a total of 16 people have been reported ill from exposure to salmonella tainted dog food.
There have been no cases reported in California. Incidents have occurred in North Carolina, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Alabama, Connecticut, Michigan, New Jersey and Virginia.
If you have purchased any of Diamond’s products, you can refer to the website (http://diamondpetrecall.com/recall-home/) on how to proceed. This site will list the production codes that should be located on the packaging of the food. At this time, it appears that the recall does not effect California. If you have questions you can direct them to the company at 866-918-8756.
We will endeavor to keep you updated on any further news associated with the recall.