PetfulOctober 15, 2022
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Rachael Ray Nutrish got its start in 2008, when Rachael Ray — a beloved Food Network regular, daytime TV host, author and pet lover — partnered with Ainsworth Pet Nutrition to develop a high-end line of dog food and treats containing simple, natural ingredients inspired by her own cooking.
In 2014, Nutrish for Cats was added alongside the brand’s dog food products. To launch the cat food, Nutrish embarked on a 16-city tour as part of a “Shelter Cats Are Beautiful” campaign.
Below, we share much more about the story behind Rachael Ray Nutrish pet food — including up-to-date recall information.
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Company: Ainsworth Pet Nutrition LLC
Nutrish Company History
Coming just months after the shocking 2007 melamine/Menu Foods recalls involving a number of well-known brands, the July 2008 rollout of a new line of pet food called Rachael Ray Nutrish was met with widespread enthusiasm.
“The launch of Nutrish is Ainsworth’s first national initiative,” said Doug Lang, a vice president at the pet food’s manufacturer, Ainsworth Pet Nutrition.
“We may not have as deep a pocket as some of the multibillion-dollar corporations we compete with. They’re very good competitors,” he said. “But that doesn’t mean we can’t out-think them.”
Some of the brand’s success came courtesy of an age-old marketing tactic: free samples. The “Switch to Nutrish” campaign was incredibly successful, with about “50% of the people who tried a free sample convert[ing] to the brand,” according to marketing agency Engauge Communications.
Of course, the celebrity factor didn’t hurt, either. For a time, Rachael Ray herself handed out free samples of Nutrish from a roving “pup-up food truck for dogs.”
Ray, a daytime host and bestselling author, came to fame with her 30 Minute Meals show on the Food Network.
She first agreed to put her name on the pet food after trusting her own instincts. That decision went against the advice from people in her circle. “People were like, you can’t put your head on dog food. That’s insane,” she told The New York Times in 2018. “I was like, ‘Who cares? It’s not like I have a stellar reputation as one of the world’s great chefs.’”
Proceeds from all sales of Rachael Ray Nutrish go directly to pet charities, organizations and rescue efforts. More than $35 million has been donated so far, as of March 2019. “Animals are very special,” says Ray. “They have the ability to bring happiness to anyone. I can’t imagine a world without them.”
“It’s important to me that I help support these animals and fight for them to have a chance to bring joy to someone else,” she says.
In 2012, Ray and Nutrish partnered with the ASPCA for the group’s $100K Challenge, a months-long competition among shelters all over the country to increase pet adoptions. The partnership would continue for another few years, renamed the ASPCA Rachael Ray $100K Challenge. Over its 5-year run, the challenge saved the lives of more than 282,000 pets.
The company produces its products with sustainability and carbon emission reduction initiatives.
Rachael Ray says Nutrish was inspired by recipes she created for her own dog, a rescued pit bull named Isaboo (Issy, for short). The outspoken dog lover says Nutrish is good enough that she herself has tried it.
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“Nutrish is made to human standards. There’s nothing in that bag I wouldn’t eat myself, and I literally have tried the kibble myself,” Ray told Petful publisher Dave Baker in a 2012 interview.
The company boasts that there are no byproducts, fillers, artificial flavors or preservatives in the pet food.
Nutrish Joins the Smucker Family
Ainsworth Pet Nutrition, a fifth-generation family-owned and operated company formerly known as DAD’S Pet Care, manufactures Nutrish in Pennsylvania.
The company’s plant underwent millions of dollars in upgrades in 2016. Ainsworth also produces the DAD’S pet food line.
In spring 2018, pet food giant J.M. Smucker Company announced it was buying Ainsworth in a $1.9 billion deal. Around two-thirds of Ainsworth’s sales are generated by Rachael Ray Nutrish.
“We are extremely excited to add Rachael Ray Nutrish, a high-growth premium brand that has been a catalyst in transforming the dog food category in grocery and mass channels,” said Mark T. Smucker, president, CEO and director of the J.M. Smucker Company.
As of 2020, J.M. Smucker was the No. 3 pet food company in the world, with over $2.8 billion in annual revenue, according to data provided by Pet Food Industry.
Has NutrishEver Been Recalled?
Yes. A recall of several wet cat food varieties of Nutrish was announced in June 2015. The cause was high levels of Vitamin D, which can cause serious health complications in cats.
The full list of Nutrish pet food recalls appears below.
2019 Heart Disease Investigation
We also want to alert readers to the fact that, in lateJune 2019, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) identified Rachael Ray Nutrish as one of 16 pet food brands that may be linked to heart disease in dogs and cats. None of those 16 brands have been recalled as part of the agency’s ongoing investigation, though. Most, but not all, of the pet foods are “grain-free” and/or dry (kibble) dog food formulations.
The FDA says this is a “complex scientific issue that may involve multiple factors,” and that it cannot even be certain that diet is a cause of the heart problems.
2018 Class-Action Lawsuit (Dismissed)
In August 2018, a consumer filed a $5 million lawsuit against Ainsworth Pet Nutrition.
The lawsuit alleged that Nutrish contains an undisclosed dangerous herbicide called glyphosate, “a potent biocide and endocrine disruptor, with detrimental health effects that are still becoming known.”
The suit stated, “Rachael Ray Nutrish holds itself out to the public as a trusted expert in the sourcing and processing of dog food,” adding that the company “also knew … that [its food] contains glyphosate, an unnatural biocide.”
Nutrish, on Facebook, responded by saying:
“We are in the process of reviewing the details of the claim but strongly stand behind the quality of our products, ingredients and sourcing practices. As animal lovers and humans, it goes without saying that we do not add pesticides to ourproducts as an ingredient. We plan to aggressively fight these claims.”
According to Dogs Naturally magazine, glyphosate (often found in Roundup weed killer) is a common “hidden” pet food ingredient.
In a 2015 study, researchers Anthony Samsel and Stephanie Seneff tested 9 popular brands of dog and cat food —and every single one of them came back with “significant” levels of glyphosate.
Rachael Ray Nutrish Super Premium and 9Lives Indoor Complete had the highest levels measured in the test, at 0.14 glyphosate/mg kg–1.
“We suspect that glyphosate may be a causal agent related to the rise of pet cancers,” the researchers wrote.
So, back to that class-action lawsuit. What happened with the Nutrish lawsuit? It got thrown out — twice.
In April 2019, the suit was dismissed. It was later amended and refiled — and was then dismissed again by the same judge in February 2020.
“The level of glyphosate in the tested products is negligible and significantly lower than the FDA’s limit, which supports a finding that the products’ glyphosate residue is not likely to affect consumer choice, and that labeling them ‘natural’ is not materially misleading to a reasonable consumer,” wrote the New York federal judge overseeing the amended suit, in announcing his decision.
List of Rachael Ray NutrishRecalls
Cause: Potentially elevated levels of Vitamin D.Announcement:FDA report dated June 4, 2015 (archived here).What was recalled:The following varieties of Rachael Ray Nutrish wet cat food:
- Paw Lickin’ Chicken & Liver, 2.8 oz. single pack, “Best by” date of Aug. 17, 2015
- Ocean Fish & Chicken Catch-iatore, 2.8 oz. single pack, “Best by” date of Dec. 1, 2016
- Ocean Fish-a-licious, 2.8 oz. single pack, “Best by” date of Dec. 1, 2016
- Tuna Purrfection, 2.8 oz. single pack, “Best by” date of Dec. 1, 2016
- Lip Smackin’ Sardine & Mackerel, 2.8 oz. single pack, “Best by” date of Dec. 1, 2016
Two variety packs that contain some of these recalled products also were recalled:
- Chicken Lovers Variety Pack, 12 count pack of 2.8 oz cups, “Best by” date of Dec. 1, 2016
- Ocean Lovers Variety Pack, 12 count pack of 2.8 oz cups, “Best by” date of Dec. 1, 2016
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- “Rachael Ray Launches Line of Super Premium Dog Food & Treats: Rachael Ray Nutrish — How Cool Is That?” PR Newswire. July 28, 2008.
- “Rachael Ray: Celebrity Chef to Sell Nutrish Food for Pets.” Berkshire Eagle (Pittsfield, Massachusetts). July 29, 2008.
- “Engauge Launches Rachael Ray Nutrish Super Premium Dog Food.” Business Wire. Aug. 22, 2008.
- “Rachael Ray Announces Launch of Rachael Ray Nutrish Just 6 Crunchy Dog Treats.” PR Newswire. March 25, 2010.
- “Ainsworth Pet Nutrition Donates 200,000 Meals of Rachael Ray Nutrish to Cats in Need.” Business Wire. Oct. 7, 2016.
- “Melamine Pet Food Recall of 2007.” U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). https://www.fda.gov/animal-veterinary/recalls-withdrawals/melamine-pet-food-recall-2007.
- Olson, Elizabeth. “A Rachael Ray Food Truck for the Dogs.” The New York Times. Oct. 17, 2012. https://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/18/business/media/rachael-ray-promotes-nutrish-dog-food-with-a-truck.html.
- “Nutrish & Delish: Rachael Ray’s Nutrish for Cats Line of Dry and Wet Recipes Should Help Improve the Lives of More Animals.” Retail Merchandiser 55, no. 1 (January 2015): 8.
- “Rachael Ray’s Nutrish Goes Ahead of the Curve With Dog Food.” SBWire. Nov. 16, 2012.
- Severson, Kim. “Beyond TV and EVOO: Rachael Ray Looks for Her Next Act.” The New York Times. May 8, 2018. https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/08/dining/rachael-ray-cooking.html.
- “Rachael Ray Foundation.” Nutrish.com. https://www.nutrish.com/rachael-ray-foundation.
- “Five Years of Record-Breaking Adoptions in ASPCA Rachael Ray $100K Challenge.” ASPCA Pro. https://www.aspcapro.org/about-partnerships/five-years-record-breaking-adoptions-aspca-rachael-ray-100k-challenge.
- Interview with Rachael Ray, conducted by Petful publisher Dave Baker. May 18, 2012. Originally published by Pets Adviser.
- “Rachael Ray Nutrish — Founder Interview.” Your World With Neil Cavuto. Transcript. Oct. 12, 2009.
- Ritenbaugh, Stephanie. “More Food for 4-Legged Friends.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Nov. 13, 2016. G1.
- “Q4 2018 J.M. Smucker Co. Earnings Call.” FD (Fair Disclosure) Wire. June 7, 2018.
- “Top Pet Food Companies Current Data.” Pet Food Industry. 2020. https://www.petfoodindustry.com/directories/211-top-pet-food-companies.
- “Questions & Answers: FDA Center for Veterinary Medicine’s Investigation Into a Possible Connection Between Diet and Canine Heart Disease.” FDA. June 27, 2019. https://www.fda.gov/animal-veterinary/animal-health-literacy/questions-answers-fda-center-veterinary-medicines-investigation-possible-connection-between-diet-and.
- Reints, Renae. “A $5 Million Lawsuit Claims Rachael Ray’s Dog Food Brand Contains a Potentially Harmful Ingredient.” Forbes. Aug. 7, 2018. https://fortune.com/2018/08/07/rachael-ray-dog-food-lawsuit/.
- Hogan, Kate. “‘We Stand Behind the Quality of Our Products’: Rep for Rachael Ray’s Dog Food Company Speaks Out Following Lawsuit.” People. Aug. 7, 2018. https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/apos-stand-behind-quality-products-183815989.html.
- Samsel, Anthony, PhD, and Stephanie Seneff, PhD. “Glyphosate, Pathways to Modern Diseases IV: Cancer and Related Pathologies.” Journal of Biological Physics and Chemistry 15, no. 3 (January 2015): 121–159. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/283490944_Glyphosate_pathways_to_modern_diseases_IV_cancer_and_related_pathologies.
- Burton, Melinda K. “Rachael Ray Nutrish Dog Food/Glyphosate Class Action Lawsuit: Complaint Dismissed, Amended Complaint Filed, and Another Motion to Dismiss Pending.” Lexology. Oct. 17, 2019. https://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=e0b1c0b1-d3fe-4fcc-a991-810ec4d37d6e.
- “Federal Judge Dismisses Amended Complaint Over Dog Food Labeled as ‘Natural’ Containing Trace Levels of Glyphosate Weed Killer.” National Law Review. Feb. 24, 2020. https://www.natlawreview.com/article/federal-judge-dismisses-amended-complaint-over-dog-food-labeled-natural-containing.
- Cohen, Steven. “Rachael Ray Dog Food Class Action Tossed Again.” Top Class Actions. Feb. 25, 2020. https://topclassactions.com/lawsuit-settlements/consumer-products/pet/rachael-ray-dog-food-class-action-tossed-again/.
- “Ainsworth Pet Nutrition Voluntarily Recalls Five Nutrish Wet Cat Food Varieties for Potentially Elevated Vitamin D Levels.” FDA. June 4, 2015. Archived at https://www.petful.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/ucm449841.pdf.
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Recalls of Rachael Ray Nutrish.
2015 – Several cans of Rachael Ray Nutrish wet cat food were recalled for high levels of Vitamin D, which can be toxic to cats and dogs. 2019 – The FDA recalled multiple brands of grain-free dog foods, including several varieties from the Nutrish line.
|Date||Brand Name(s)||Product Description|
|11/03/2022||Kalera||Fresh Lettuce Products|
|11/03/2022||NESTLÉ® TOLL HOUSE®||Edible Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough|
|11/01/2022||Cedar Creek Popcorn||Old-Fashioned Caramel Holiday Popcorn Box|
|10/28/2022||Daiso||Tiramisu Twist Cookies|
All Rachael Ray Nutrish dry dog foods are made in the United States by Big Heart Pet Brands… a division of The J. M. Smucker Company of Orville, Ohio. All wet recipes are produced in Thailand.
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Dog Food Recall 2022 — Full List.
|June 18, 2022||Freshpet||Freshpet Select Fresh From the Kitchen Home Cooked Chicken Recipe|
|Feb. 18, 2022||Various national brands||All pet food and treats sold at certain Family Dollar locations|
Arguably the most definitive product recall of all time, the Tylenol incident of 1982 started when seven people in the Chicago area died between September and October of that year.
Typically, the instructions will indicate that you need to do one of the following: Return the product to the store where you bought it for a refund. Dispose of the product properly so that other people or animals cannot eat it. (This is particularly important if you opened the product.)
Over three-quarters of Whole Foods' 37 recalled food products were the result of undeclared allergens. Other leading causes of food recalls in 2022 are potential lead contamination and potential presence of foreign materials. Seven food products—all fruit—were recalled for potential lead contamination in 2022.
The Food and Drug Administration is investigating a potential link between certain brands of dog food, including Blue Buffalo, Merrick and Rachel Ray Nutrish, and an increased risk of heart disease in pets.
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Some trainers claim a 100% recall is possible—that means no matter what is going on, your dog will return to you EVERY time you ask her to. I have to admit to being a skeptic for two reasons—because truly reliable recalls take a lot of time and practice to achieve AND dogs aren't machines.
Look for the 17-character VIN on the lower left of your car's windshield, or on the label inside your driver side doorjamb (see example). You might also find your VIN on your vehicle's registration or your insurance documents. 2. Search using your VIN at NHTSA.gov/Recalls.
Safety, Compliance, and Emissions Recalls do not expire. Affected vehicles remain eligible until the repair is completed. Other types of vehicle programs, called Customer Satisfaction Programs, typically have expiration dates and/or mileage limitations.
Yes. You can still return the product without a receipt.
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Because grains in dog food can help support heart health, a grain-free diet can lead to certain heart-related medical conditions in dogs. Dogs who eat a grain-free diet for a long time may be at higher risk of developing dilated cardiomyopathy, which can eventually lead to congestive heart failure.
In 2022 YTD, Ford leads vehicle manufacturers with the highest number of recalls, followed by Daimler Trucks of North America and Mercedes-Benz USA, according to the NHTSA.
1. Extra-Strength Tylenol - 1982. Between September and October 1982, seven people in the greater Chicago area died after consuming cyanide-laced Extra-Strength Tylenol. Parent company Johnson & Johnson spent upwards of $100 million recalling 31 million bottles of the painkiller and relaunching the Tylenol brand.
Baked goods are most commonly recalled for undeclared allergens that end up harming the unwary consumer with food allergies. Recalls commonly stem from labeling issues and the undeclared allergens that are usually found in baked goods are nuts, eggs, soy, wheat, and dairy.
Go to Recalls.gov or cpsc.gov/recalls. Don't put a recalled product up for sale or give it away. When you purchase an item, register the product if you can.
There is a big difference between a sell-by date and a use-by date. When a sell-by date passes it doesn't mean that the food is unsafe to eat, however, many people still think that they have to toss it. Grocery stores sometimes throw away food simply because it's getting close to the sell-by date.
In many cases, food recalls are issued as a precaution and the potential for getting sick if you consume a product is low. Still, if you have symptoms you can't explain, especially gastrointestinal problems, see a doctor.
Foster Farms recalls chicken patties from Costco after consumer complaints. Foster Farms of Farmerville, LA, is recalling 148,000 pounds of fully cooked frozen chicken breast patties that may be contaminated with hard clear pieces of plastic.
The number of consumer product recalls jumped 63.8% in the first quarter of 2022, the highest amount in more than five years. Additionally, the number of unit recalls increased 161%. There were fewer food recall events initiated by the FDA, declining 12.7%.
Most of the time. Federal law requires all safety recall repairs to be provided free of charge on cars that are up to 15 years old. That's counted from the time the car was sold to the first owner, rather than based on model year or the date of manufacture.
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Rachael Ray Nutrish do not use glyphosate as an ingredient. However, the majority of crops that become both human and pet food are treated with some type of herbicide, including glyphosate. Herbicides are widely used and permitted for use on crops by the Environmental Protection Agency.
- Labored breathing.
- Abdominal distension.
- Sudden collapse.
- Irregular or weak pulse.
Best Overall: Purina Pro Plan
In addition to wet and dry options, Purina Pro Plan formulas include food nutritionally designed for adult dogs, puppies of various sizes, senior dogs, and specialized diet support for overweight dogs, sensitive stomachs, and more.
The Honest Kitchen 100% human grade pet food for cats and dogs is made in the USA. The Honest Kitchen pet foods contain no ingredients from China, and are soy free, GMO free, wheat free, and corn free.
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|Triumph Pet Industries Inc||Evolve Hi-Tor NeoTriumph||Yes|
|Wellpet LLC||Eagle Pack Holistic SelectWellness||Yes|
In any event, in an attempt to set the record straight, let's dive in and count down these Top 5 Myths About Veterinarians: #5. Veterinarians are on the dole from certain pet food manufacturers and get kickbacks for selling their products. This is simply not true.
Many vets recommend kibble overall because a lot of big-name companies are paying them to push their product, and that's just as simple as that. And it's convenient for a person to grab some dry kibble, put it in a bowl, and let their dog eat it instead of letting that thaw, natural diet on their counter.
Dogs also have associated memory which mean they can in fact remember people based on their experiences associated with them. Your dog may have a memory of you leaving the house and due to the strong positive association with you mean they'll celebrate when you get home.
Practise the 'backward recall' on the leash:
Call dog (dog turns and faces you) Walk backwards (dog follows you) Reward him (when dog is right against your legs).
Our Rating of Rachael Ray Dog Food
The Dog Food Advisor finds Rachael Ray to be an above-average, grain-inclusive kibble. The recipe uses a notable amount of fresh meat and named meat meal as its main sources of animal protein… thus earning the brand 4 stars. Nutrish Peak and Nutrish Dish each get 4.5 stars.
- BHA (Butylated Hydroxyanisole) First on our list is butylated hydroxyanisole, also known as BHA. ...
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Unilever voluntarily recalled products from brands such as TRESemme, Suave, Dove and more due to concerns about benzene. Unilever voluntarily recalled more than a dozen dry shampoo aerosol products from brands such as TRESemme, Suave, Dove and more, due to concerns about benzene, a chemical known to cause cancer.
Has Rachael Ray Nutrish dog food been recalled? Rachael Ray Nutrish has been recalled 1 times in the years 2015.
2019 Heart Disease Investigation. We also want to alert readers to the fact that, in late June 2019, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) identified Rachael Ray Nutrish as one of 16 pet food brands that may be linked to heart disease in dogs and cats.
Just last month, certain aerosol dry shampoos – including some Dove, Nexxus, Suave, TIGI and TRESemmé products – were voluntarily recalled because of the potential presence of benzene.
Is benzene in dry shampoo? In 2022, an evaluation by the independent testing laboratory Valisure revealed that more than 100 samples of dry shampoo contained detectable levels of benzene.
Unilever Plc recalled popular brands of aerosol dry shampoo, including Dove, after discovering they were contaminated with a chemical called benzene that can cause cancer.
The recalled products include the following Dove, Nexxus, Suave, TIGI (Rockaholic and Bed Head) and Tresemmé dry shampoo aerosols: Dove Dry Shampoo Volume and Fullness. Dove Dry Shampoo Fresh Coconut. Dove Dry Shampoo Fresh and Floral.
“Unilever United States today issued a voluntary product recall to the consumer level of select lot codes of dry shampoo aerosol products produced prior to October 2021 from Dove, Nexxus, Suave, TIGI (Rockaholic and Bed Head), and TRESemmé due to potentially elevated levels of benzene,” the company said in a statement.
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On the other hand, some dog owners have reported that their dogs have had health problems after eating this food, including diarrhea, vomiting, itchy skin with rashes and even bladder stones.