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Oh no, FDA finds problem with Evangers!

Leigh PetersonLeigh Peterson AkronMember Posts: 796
edited 25 June, 2009 in Food & Nutrition
Here is the article, from the FDA web site. Click.

Comments

  • Aaron LeeAaron Lee SeattleMember Posts: 251
    edited 15 June, 2009
    I don't wish to defend or malign ANY petfood manufacturer with the following, it's simply my opinion: I've said it before, and I do work (on a small scale) for a large petfood manufacturer, but the ENTIRE petfood industry, as a whole, has LOTS of work to do to regain consumer confidence. It happens to international giants, it happens to smaller boutique companies, and it's very unfortunate. I think the key is any company's open and speedy admission of mistakes, and how they handle the aftermath of bad press or recall-type events. Hopefully there will soon be a day where pet owners can breathe totally easy about the ingredients and processes used to make their pets' foods. =;
  • Hazel_LucyHazel_Lucy PurrsvilleMember Posts: 6,156 ✭✭✭
    edited 15 June, 2009
    We know the Nutro truth. Never trust their denials.
  • Jordan SpivaJordan Spiva Los Angeles,CAMember Posts: 355
    edited 25 June, 2009
    wow what a shocker
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