(Sarcasm Alert) I have found the perfect tool to accompany me to the upcoming AAFCO pet food regulatory meetings. I’m confident, with the aid of my new tool, my presence at the AAFCO meeting will be even more welcome than at past meetings.
Besides commonly used expletives (take your pick) mumbled under my breath, the most common word out of my mouth at pet food regulatory meetings has been ‘No’.
But now, thanks to a recent trip to Ace Hardware, my duties representing the needs and wants of pet food consumers just got a bit easier. Meet my new pet food safety advocate tool…the ‘No’ button.
No more worries if ‘they’ heard me the first time…I’ll simply hit the button again…’No!’
I can just see it now. Me…all settled in with my notebook, computer, and my ‘No’ button. This AAFCO meeting might be fun!
(End of Sarcasm Alert)
Wishing you and your pet(s) the best,
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