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Announcement from Drs Foster & Smith

melissa muttermelissa mutter West ChesterMember Posts: 10,189
edited 22 May, 2007 in Food & Nutrition
Here's their announcement regarding the findings from testing they did on their food. ANNOUNCEMENT


  • Roxann RobbinsRoxann Robbins Member Posts: 3,268
    edited 22 May, 2007
    My family has been customers of Drs Foster & Smith for years. We appreciate their great customer service. They have been honest about their foods, pulled them even before anything was actually found. They tested them and published the findings for all to see. Exactly what chemical was found. We have no complaints about how this is being handled by them. They are upfront. I\'m wishing Purina wouldn\'t be so quiet...I\'d like to know if they\'ve done testing or what\'s up with their foods (if anything). Biscuit
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