Bravo Issues Recall on Specific Batches of Frozen Raw Diets

Screen shot 2014-05-15 at 2.23.38 PMBravo issued a voluntary recall today for select lots of their Frozen Raw Diets due to potential contamination with Listeria monocytogenes, a strain of bacteria that can cause very serious illness in young children, elderly and others with weakened immune systems.  It is however rarely harmful to animals.  For full details, including batch dates and Consumer Return Form, please read the full recall here.

We have checked our inventory, and have none of the recalled batches in either store.  Our distributor has none in their warehouses either. 

If you have any of the recalled product, throw it away rather than returning it.  Fill out a claim form, and bring it to the store where you purchased the product for a store credit or full refund (your choice).

Always wash your hands when handling raw meats, whether you’re preparing food for you or your pets.


About Kathy Palmer

I grew up in NJ and Belgium and eventually settled in Portland, ME. Until missing the big city, which inspired a return to Boston in 2010, and the opening of Fish & Bone on Newbury Street. Fish & Bone and its original sibling store Fetch (est. 2000) bring together some of the things I love the most: animals, real food, great design, having an impact, the natural world, urban life, creative solutions, good community, and a good laugh. Zip is all pug, but I'm a cultural mutt.