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Signs of Success – Perspective

It’s a weird thing that when a business or individual is successful that business or individual is attacked. In a recent article, a reporter discussed 92 cases of human infection with Salmonella infantis in the United States since January 2018. Through either sloppy writing skills, or intentionally deceptive language, the …

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“Conservatism dominates the pet food industry”, or “Why more veterinarians aren’t recommending your food”

It comes down to the perception of safety. The general veterinarian wants to know your food is safe. In their minds, safety keeps veterinarians from getting sued. According to published literature, your food is not safe. Published literature details the hazards of raw/unprocessed food; the relationship of Salmonella, Listeria, and …

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Defining Your Own Recall Philosophy

Certainly, this is not a topic ANY pet food manufacturer wants to consider (…but would be wise to do so). Because they manufacture the top 2% of pet foods, our members are constantly under scrutiny, including by the FDA and state departments of agriculture. This scrutiny means a recall is …

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