They claim grain is safe (it's not) and have neglected to mention the connection of processed inferior ingredients to heart disease in dogs. Why is that?
It's so much worse than the fox guarding the hen house...
A class action lawsuit has been filed against Diamond Pet Food's Taste of the Wild for negligent misrepresentation, false advertising, and breach of warranty.
The FDA provided an update today (8/10/18) to their investigation into a potential link of canine heart disease and diet.
Rachael Ray Nutrish Pet Food is facing a $5 million class action lawsuit for deceptive advertising.
Solid Gold Pet Food is facing a class action lawsuit regarding contamination of "heavy metals, chemicals, and/or toxins."
FDA warned Mars Petcare a roach infested pet food plant is a "regulatory violation", but then the agency just walked away taking no enforcement action.
Champion Pet Food is facing another class action lawsuit, this time regarding Orijen and Acana Cat Food.
A former State Feed (and pet food) Inspector has plead guilty in a federal criminal investigation involving pet food ingredients.
Champion's request to dismiss was denied in part, and approved in part. And with what will continue, is a very interesting twist that could have other pet food manufacturers scrambling...