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Update – November 21, 2019

The administrative law judge in Colorado filed his report on Friday November 8, 2019. His decision was immediately picked up for review by the commissioner before the ink even had time to dry. What does this mean? This is like when the FDA takes sample of pet food and gets …

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Day 3: Answers Lawsuit

Today was Answers’ turn to present their case. Two expert witnesses went largely unchallenged by the state attorneys. Closing remarks were presented on both sides. The judge was very involved in the case asking excellent clarifications. The judge needs to deliberate. He will deliver his decision within 60 days (we …

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Update: Day 1, Answers Lawsuits

The state started presenting their case today and it’s slow going. Tomorrow, Wednesday, the case against the FDA and AAFCO starts, as well as continuing the state case. As of this update, the judge has made no decisions, no conclusions have been made. We are still hearing and validating the …

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Game On!

In a bold move, on Friday, July 5, 2019, Lystn LLC, doing business as Answers Pet Food, filed in federal court to sue the FDA. Amongst other issues, the lawsuit addresses the zero tolerance policy toward bacteria in raw pet food. Answers is making their stance on behalf of the …

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The Way It’s Always Been Done

I’m sure most of us have invoked this saying as justification for our actions at one time or another in our lives. But when on the receiving end, a sensation of unfairness may come across our systems. By way of example, let’s look back into human history. Two hundred years …

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