Another meeting. More drama and frustration. Some potential pet food label changes for your review.
Unfortunately I must tell consumers I will not be attending the upcoming AAFCO meeting. There is a security issue that I believe is too big of a risk to attend.
An industry representative has submitted a proposal to AAFCO hoping to change the definition to Human Grade pet food. If this passes, Human Grade pet food would change dramatically.
I'm VERY happy to announce that Mr. B.C. Henschen will assume my former role as consumer advocate at AAFCO. Consumers will be in very good hands.
Briefly put - the USDA definitions of pet food ingredients require them to be food (legal), FDA's definitions allow pet food ingredients to be illegal feed. Something is very, very...
"...we can invite who we want to the party." This is a quote from email communication between myself and Mr. Stan Cook, Missouri Department of Agriculture, AAFCO President-elect.
This is the second effort by AAFCO to try to silence me/silence TruthaboutPetFood.com. Second attempt to prevent me from sharing information with pet food consumers evidence of the lack of...
Consumers won't be happy when they see what State regulatory authorities look at on pet food labels. This is a concerning problem, but there is a simple resolve. States could...
Here is information for consumers of what was discussed during the August 2017 AAFCO meeting.
In June 2017 multiple consumer advocates met with FDA. We agreed to multiple things (witnessed by 5 individuals). We abided by every detail of the agreement, FDA did not.