Coca-Coors has stopped selling pumpkin-flavored cat food amid growing concerns about the nutritional content of some cat foods.
The move comes after consumers and animal rights activists accused the company of using pumpkin-based cat food as a cover to sell cat foods containing higher amounts of corn syrup and corn starch, the two ingredients commonly used to flavor cat foods, according to The Washington Post.
The news comes less than two weeks after Coca-Cola launched its pumpkin cat meal line in the U.S.
The company also stopped selling the Catfish Catfood, a cat food marketed as a healthier alternative to canned cat food.
The company did not say how many cat foods it sold with the pumpkin cat-flavor.