In what seems to be a growing trend, Cadet brand of chicken jerky dog treats, made by IMS Trading Company has announced today that it is voluntarily recalling its product. This is the third company to recall its chicken jerky treat dog product in as many days, starting with Waggin' Train and Canyon Creek Ranch brands by Nestle Purina, and Milo's Kitchen brand by Del Monte.
Again, what has prompted this recall is the discovery of trace amounts of an antibiotic that is not approved for use in the United States. These brands were tested by New York State Department of Agriculture & Markets (NYSDAM), and while the antibiotic is approved for use in China where the products are manufactured, they are not allowed in the food products being imported to the United States for distribution.
IMS Trading did not provide any contact information but there is a statement and a claim form available on their website at http://www.imspet.com/.
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