Nutro dog foods are coming to the rescue, as they are now in high demand after a severe shortage of food in many countries.
The company is currently preparing a recall of Nutro products that are currently available in China, which is the primary market for the brand.
The recall comes amid rising food prices and the growing demand for Nutro in China due to the current food crisis.
“Nutro has always been a leader in the nutraceutical and nutrifood industry,” said David M. Johnson, president and CEO of NutriPro, the company’s parent company.
“However, due to a food shortage, we are unable to continue selling Nutro and the NutriDog products.
Our commitment to the Nutro family continues and we are proud to be a part of Nutribro’s family.”
The company said its recall will cover the following Nutro brands:The company also said it is aware of an incident where Nutro dogs were poisoned with arsenic.
“We are working closely with the Chinese government to investigate this incident,” Nutripro said in a statement.
“Nutro and its brand name will be removed from all of the market and we have notified all NutriPods retailers to be on the lookout for similar incidents.”
NutroDog has been in the news recently after an investigation by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) determined that more than half of the dogs in the United States were at risk of suffering from a foodborne illness.
While it is not yet known what exactly is causing the shortage of Nutrimodoes, it is believed that the company may be struggling to meet its food needs due to limited supply and the current high price of pet food.
In China, the Nutrimo brand is considered a luxury brand that has become synonymous with luxury foods, and is often sold in luxury stores.
According to the company, the supply of Nutropics is extremely limited, and that the quality of Nutrifodoes will depend on the quality and purity of the ingredients used in Nutrimoes.
The food shortages in China and elsewhere have affected Nutrimoroes market share.
In June, China was hit by a food crisis, with many stores reporting an influx of food to their stores, which they then sold to customers.