Pet Food Recall List

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Cat foods are affected by the massive recall.
An extensive list of pet foods sold under a variety of brand names including Iams and Eukanuba and manufactured by the Menu Foods Income Fund Co. of Canada have been recalled due to a growing number of cats and dogs who have become ill after eating the foods. There are reported cases of pet death that may be linked to the recalled pet foods. A number of the pet foods may have been sold locally at Wal-Mart, Price Chopper, Stop & Shop, or other venues. The list of recalled foods is being printed here: Recalled Cat Foods: *America's Choice, Preferred Pets *Authority *Best Choice *Companion *Compliments *Demoulas Market Basket *Eukanuba *Fine Feline Cat Food *Food Lion *Foodtown *Giant Companion *Hannaford *Hill Country Fare *Hy-Vee *Iams *Laura Lynn *Li'l Red *Loving Meals *Meijer's Main Choice *Nutriplan *Nutro Max Gourmet Dinners *Nutro Natural Choice *Paws *Pet Pride *Presidents Choice *Price Chopper *Priority US *Save-A-Lot *Schnucks *Science Diet Feline Savory Cuts Cans * Sophisticats *Special Kitty Canada *Special Kitty US *Springfiled Prize *Sprout *Stop and Shop Companion *Tops Companion *Wegmans *Weis Total Pet *Western Family US *White Rose *Winn Dixie Recalled Dog Foods *Americas Choice, Preferred Pets *Authority *Award *Best Choice *Big Bet *Big Red *Bloom *Wegmans Bruiser *Cadillac *Companion *Demoulas Market Basket *Eukanuba *Food Lion *Giant Companion *Great Choice *Hannaford *Hill Country Fare *Hy-Vee *Iams *Laura Lynn *Loving Meals *Meijers Main Choice *Mighty Dog Pouch *Mixables *Nutriplan *Nutro Max *Nutro Natural Choice *Nutro Ultra *Nutro *Ol'Roy Canada *Ol'Roy US *Paws *Pet Essentials *Pet Pride - Good n Meaty *Presidents Choice *Price Chopper *Priority Canada *Priority US *Publix *Roche Brothers *Save-A-Lot *Schnucks *Shep Dog *Springsfield Prize *Sprout *Stater Brothers *Weis Total Pet *Western Family US *White Rose *Winn Dixie *Your Pet
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MEMA Grant Puts Emergency Medical Kits in Pittsfield Schools

By Jack GuerinoiBerkshires Staff

Police Chief Michael Wynn, left, Fire Chief Thomas Sammons and Eric Lamoureaux, community coordinator for the Pittsfield Public Schools, at Monday's announcement. 
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — All city public schools will receive backpack trauma kits equipped to handle a multitude of emergency situations.
 
Fire Chief Thomas Sammons alongside Police Chief Michael Wynn and Eric Lamoureaux of the Pittsfield Public Schools announced Monday the delivery of 15 trauma kits that were secured through a Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency grant.
 
"This is a whole approach the city is taking in responding to an active shooter," Sammons said at Fire Department headquarters on Monday morning. "The Police and Fire Department have worked together on active shooter scenarios and these kits have a lot of the same items that we carry and deploy."
 
Sammons said the grant was submitted in the fall and was a joint effort between the Fire, Police, and School departments. The grant was $9,735 in total; each kit cost around $650.
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