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Pet Food Co is going to put their $ where their mouth is, and Eat Their Own Food!!

Lisa DausmanLisa Dausman Member Posts: 5,216
edited 8 February, 2011 in Food & Nutrition

Comments

  • Lacey KingstonLacey Kingston WilmingtonMember Posts: 7,527
    edited 8 February, 2011
    Err, pet food isn't exactly nutritionally balanced to support a human though. You have to give them kudos for fanatical commitment though.
  • Marie CallinMarie Callin Member Posts: 494
    edited 8 February, 2011
    ‎"recipes made only from the whole-food ingredients in their food" To me, that sounds more like they will NOT be eating the actually pet food, but that they will be only eating the ingrediants found in the food. So what do you think, are they going to actually eat the dog food, or will they eat their choice of foods that are in the ingrediant list? Is it is just more clever marketing??? As well as, most likely, they will eat the same ingrediants BUT higher quality than they put in the dog food.
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