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Costco, Diamond Pet Food pay dog owners for poison pet food

The Ottawa-based Consumer Law Group says Diamond Pet Food and Costco are now paying out varying amounts to settle damage claims from Canadians whose pets required screening and/or treatment when some were exposed to Salmonella in 2011 and 2012. A class action law firm first announced the settlement in March. Consumer Law Group led the class action... Continue Reading

Diamond Pet Foods class action settlement: Coupons or a pittance

It’s a settlement designed to fill pet owners with mistrust of commercial pet foods. Diamond Pet Foods has decided to settle a class action lawsuit related to its 2012 salmonella-related recall of nine brands of pet food, including Chicken Soup for the Pet Lover’s Soul, Country Value, Diamond, Diamond Naturals, Premium Edge, Professional, 4Health, Taste […]

Diamond Pet Foods

Meta, MO Founded in 1970, Diamond Pet Foods is one of the fastest-growing pet food companies in the United States. Known throughout the world for producing super-premium, high-quality pet food at a reasonable price, Diamond manufactures a complete and balanced range of proprietary and private label pet foods. Show More Summary

Pet Food Recalls on the Rise?

Doesn’t it seem like we’re experiencing a rash of pet food recalls lately? You probably remember the massive Diamond incident from last year, but ever since then it seems like I’ve been noticing an increase in smaller, but nonetheless worrisome, recalls. According to the U.S. Show More Summary

Cat Food Recall: Diamond Pet Foods Pulls Several Products

A cat food recall was issued for several Diamond Pet Foods products in 25 states. The products in question were recalled over a low level of thiamine (Vitamin B1). The vitamin is essential to cats for maintaining a normal nervous system. Thiamine deficiency can include decreased appetite, salivation, vomiting, and weight loss. If the deficiency [...]Show More Summary

Diamond Pet Foods Human Cases Hit 49

At least 49 people have fallen ill since October in a Salmonella Infantis outbreak linked to dog and cat food manufactured at a Diamond Pet Foods facility in Gaston, South Carolina, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in its final outbreak update. Show More Summary

Recall Alert: Check Your Bags of Nature’s Variety Kibble

More recalls? Indeed. After a string of recalls involving Diamond Pet Foods and, most recently, Pedigree, Nature's Variety enters the fray with a voluntary recall on Prairie Beef Meal & Barley Medley Kibble for Dogs. Dog in front ofShow More Summary

FDA Inspection Likely to Further Implicate Diamond Pet Foods

Lawsuits filed against pet food manufacturer and Costco The results of a U.S. Food and Drug Administration inspection into a Diamond Pet Foods production plant may benefit the trio of lawsuits filed against the Missouri pet food manufacturer...Show More Summary

Dog Food Recall Alert: Check Your Cans of Pedigree

Just when you thought pet-food recalls might be over -- they're not. After a string of recalls that spanned the first half of this year and involved Diamond Pet Foods products and the risk of Salmonella, a new recall was announced last...Show More Summary

Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Dog Food Has Sickened 22 in 13 States

Twenty two people in 13 states have now been infected with Salmonella Infantis linked to contaminated dog food, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Multiple brands of dry dog food produced by Diamond Pet Foods...Show More Summary

First Lawsuit Filed Against Diamond Pet Foods

The Diamond Pet Foods recall debacle just got worse. The first lawsuit against Diamond Pet Foods and Costco stores was filed on Monday for damages caused by Salmonella-tainted pet food. Dog eating dry food by According...Show More Summary

After Eight Expansions, How Big is the Diamond Pet Foods Recall?

After eight expansions, just how big is the Diamond Pet Foods recall?With Diamond Pet Foods on May 18 announcing yet another expansion of its recall of dry pet foods, pet owners again consulted food labels and continued sharing stories of pet illnesses allegedly resulting from Salmonella-contaminated kibble. Show More Summary

"The Pet Food Recall that Won’t End"

It’s time for an update on the "pet food recall that won’t end," as The Christian Science Monitor put it. First of all, the recall has been expanded to cat food. The Diamond website added a phrase to that effect, but the list of affected brands did not change. Show More Summary

Diamond Pet Foods Recalls More Dry Dog Food

Diamond Pet Foods has again recalled batches of dry dog food that may be contaminated with Salmonella, this time to include its Diamond Naturals Small Breed Adult Dog Lamb & Rice Formula dry dog food manufactured on Aug. 26, 2011. The earlier Diamond Pet Foods recalls involved various formulas manufactured after Dec. Show More Summary

An Update on the Diamond Pet Foods Situation: More Recalls

Maybe you've already scrutinized all those bags of Diamond Pet Foods products, going over their production codes and sell-by dates with a magnifying glass and diligently discarding all items on the recall list. Yet the saga of the Diamond Pet Foods recalls is far from over. Show More Summary

Salmonella Confirmed in Two Dogs Fed Recalled Pet Food

Two dogs can be added to the list of clinically confirmed infections in the Diamond Pet Foods Salmonella Infantis outbreak, according to FDA's Laura Alvey, Deputy Director, Communications Staff at the agency's Center for Veterinary Medicine. Show More Summary

Preliminary FDA Inspection Report Cites Flaws at Diamond Pet Foods Plant

Diamond Pet Foods, the company behind a massive recall of dry dog food due to Salmonella contamination that has sickened at least 16 people, was not taking "all reasonable precautions" to ensure the safety of its product, according to the U.S. Show More Summary

Recall Roundup - Banzai Inflatable Slides, Kolkraft Bassinets, And More

There are some particularly scary recalls this week, including a massive pet food recall for dog foods manufactured by Diamond, some bassinets that might collapse and hurtle babies, and those Banzai water slides are finally being recalled after allegedly killing one person and paralyzing another. Show More Summary

Q&A on the Diamond Pet Foods Recall and Salmonella Outbreak

Routine tests on dry dog food revealed the outbreak of human illnesses that so far has sickened at least 14 people in nine states and led to a huge recall of dry dog food, sold under various brand names but all manufactured at Diamond Pets Food production plant in Gaston, SC. Show More Summary

FSN Video: Diamond Pet Foods Salmonella Outbreak and Recall

At least 14 people in 9 states have fallen ill in a Salmonella outbreak linked to several brands of dry pet food made by Diamond Pet Foods at a facility in Gaston, South Carolina. While the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) investigation...Show More Summary

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