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Hill’s Pet Nutrition recall Cat Food pouches due to high levels of Iron

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Hill’s Pet Nutrition is recalling certain packs of cat food pouches because there are high levels of iron present in the pet food as a result of an error by an ingredient supplier.

The notice says : “Iron is an essential nutrient in a cat’s diet but too much iron may cause digestive upset. If fed as the sole source of nutrition, this may have a more serious health effect, including diarrhoea and vomiting.”

The products affected are :

  • Science Plan Feline Adult Light Ocean Fish
    Pack size: 12 x 85g
    SKU code: 2109PA
    Expiry date code: July 2017
  • Science Plan Feline Mature Ocean Fish
    Pack size: 12 x 85g
    SKU code: 2110PA
    Expiry date code: October 2017
  • Science Plan Feline Adult Light Favourite Selection Multipack 4
    Pack size: 12 x 85g
    SKU code: 2119V
    Expiry date code: April 2017 and July 2017
  • Science Plan Feline Mature Adult Favourite Selection Multipack 4
    Pack size: 12 x 85g
    SKU code: 2120V
    Expiry date code: August 2017
  • Prescription Diet Feline c/d Stress Reduced Calorie Chicken 4
    Pack size: 12 x 85g
    SKU code: 2742U
    Expiry date code: September 2017
  • Science Plan Feline Young Adult Sterilised Cat Multipack 4
    Pack size: 12 x 85g
    SKU code: 3766V
    Expiry date code: June 2017 and October 2017

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