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Cargill recalls some River Run, Marksman dog food because of toxin

The recall does not include any products sold in Minnesota. The company says routine testing failed to detect high levels of a toxin that comes from moldy corn. The toxin can cause liver damage.
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The recall does not include any products sold in Minnesota. The company says routine testing failed to detect high levels of a toxin that comes from moldy corn. The toxin can cause liver damage.

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