Benevo cat foods, which have been sold in Ireland for over 30 years, have been recalled because of an allergy.
The company, which also sells cat food for dogs, said it was taking precautionary measures following reports of a cat food allergy.
Benevo cat products, sold in supermarkets and on its website, include:Amena cat food;Amenza cat food and its supplement;Anza cat meal;Anja cat food supplement;Beneco cat food (for dogs);Cat food for cats;Cat food made for cats and cats only;Cattleya cat foods;Cheshire cat foodCat food containing the protein cat dung and cat urine;Cuddles cat food made from a mix of human and cat food ingredients;Dee cat food cat food mix;Dawes cat food Cat food;Emani cat foodAnimal food made of cow’s milk and egg protein;Elda catfoodAnimal food for pets;Energia cat food Animal food;Feline food catfood;Fiona cat foodcat food;Gareth cat foodThe recall is the latest in a string of recalls of products from Benevo since its launch in 2015.
It comes just a month after the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) said that it was considering introducing a voluntary recall for the company’s cat food in response to a high number of adverse reactions to the products.
In 2016, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) also recalled several Benevo products.
The agency said in a statement that it has “received a number of reports of adverse events associated with the products” and that “several people have reported a reaction to the Benevo food”.
However, it added that “we do not yet know if these events are related to the cat food”.
A spokesman for Benevo said the company was aware of a number reported reactions to Benevo Cat Food, but that it had not received any adverse reactions from those who have experienced adverse reactions.BENDAVO CAT FOOD: How to Buy cat foodBENDANA cat food is made from cow’s blood and egg, and contains human and animal proteins.
It is sold in UK supermarkets and is available as either an individual or a supplement.
The products contain ingredients that are either animal or human, but the company does not disclose what percentage of the animal protein is made up of human proteins.
The Benevo brand was originally launched in the UK in 1996, and it has since grown into one of the largest cat food companies in the world.BENEVO CATS FOOD : How to feed your catBENEDA cat food consists of cow-based animal products including milk, eggs and meat.
The product contains cow blood, cow urine, animal urine, egg, egg protein, human proteins and the human-derived protein, which is made by human cells.BECAUSE CATS ARE NOT CRITICAL?
The Benevos products have been tested and found to be safe for humans, and are considered safe for dogs.
The FDA said in 2016 that it would not recommend any product for people over the age of 12 to use.
The product was also recalled by the US National Institutes of Health in 2016.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said it would be issuing a recall notice for the Benevoses cat food product.
The recall notice said that the product contained human protein, and that the FDA did not consider that the protein in the product was likely to pose a risk to human health.
A Benevo spokesperson said that a total of 11 million cats had been affected by the recall.
The firm added that the company had been in contact with the FDA about the recall and that it “has taken precautionary steps to safeguard our product”.