Kasel Industries, which makes Nature's Deli dog treats for Sam's Club stores, has recalled 2.5 pound packages of its chicken jerky treats. This action stems from the possibility of salmonella contamination.
This recall is unrelated to the Food and Drug Administration's continued scrutiny of chicken jerky treats from China, which are under suspicion for dog and cat illnesses and deaths but which have never been formally recalled. Milo's Kitchen and Waggin' Train chicken jerky treats are the brands that keep popping up in reports to the FDA.
The Kasal treats covered in this new recall were sold in 57 Sam's Club stores in Colorado, Iowa, Idaho, Illinois, Kansas, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Utah and Wyoming. They come in clear plastic bags with a Nature's Deli logo and a UPC bar code of 647263800208. The treats in question are also marked with BEST BY 091913.
If you have this product in your home, return it to Sam's Club for a refund. Read the official statement from Sam's Club here.
Handle this product carefully because of the possible dangers of contact with salmonella. This video explains the proper precautions.
Kasel is part of another current recall involving Boots and Barkley Bully Sticks. They were pulled from Target shelves because they, too, may be contaminated with salmonella.