DOG NEWS DAILY has learned from unnamed sources that a yet-to-be-released FDA report will confirm that the meat supplier who sold Evanger's the pentobarbital-tainted meat intentionally falsified bills-of-lading and other paperwork that accompanied his tainted beef shipment to Evanger's.
SUPPLIER ILLEGALLY SUBSTITUTED BEEF MEAT with DRUG-TAINTED HORSE MEAT
DOG NEWS DAILY has learned that Evanger's had contracted to purchase 100% beef meat from this still-unidentified meat supplier who is still under investigation by the FDA and USDA.
Further DNA testing of the contaminated meat shows that the horse meat, which the supplier intentionally and illegally added to Evanger's "all bovine meat" order, contained the pentobarbital.
Multi-agency Investigations are underway to determine if this meat supplier had prior knowledge that the horse meat he purchased, which he substituted for beef meat in Evanger's order, had come from horses euthanized with pentobarbital.
VOLUNTARY RECALL INFORMATION.
Though this news concerning Evanger's supplier has substantiated their prior claims that they were the victim of the supplier's illegal actions, they are still continuing with their voluntary recall of the following products:
The 12oz. cans of dog foods being voluntarily recalled have the following bar codes which can be found on the back of the product label:
Evanger's: Hunk of Beef: 20109
Evanger's: Braised Beef: 20107
Against the Grain: Pulled Beef 80001
Consumers may return any can of the above mentioned products to their place of purchase for a full refund for their inconvenience. For any questions, customers may call the company at 1-847-537-0102
between 10:00AM - 5:00PM Central Time, Monday through Friday.