No response, times 50. Not one. More than 50 emails were sent from Association for Truth in Pet Food to FDA and to each State Department of Agriculture. Besides receiving a couple of confirmation emails, the FDA and not one state has responded to the information provided them; jerky treats imported from the very same Chinese manufacturers found to contain illegal drug residues remain on store shelves and no one is doing anything about it.
The information provided to FDA and to each State Department of Agriculture (on February 19, 2013) was evidence proving – through import documentation – that numerous U.S. companies have been/are purchasing Chinese manufactured jerky treats from the very same companies NY Department of Agriculture and private testing found to contain illegal drug residues. Import documentation was provided with each email. Scientific information was provided with each email as to the connection of pet illnesses and deaths to the illegal drugs found in the treats. (By the way, two veterinarians have now weighed in on our theory. Click Here to read Dr. Cathy Alinovi’s opinion and Click Here to read Dr. Patrick Mahaney’s opinion.)
But…no response, no action taken.
And, no response from AAFCO President Tim Darden asking AAFCO to recognize our consumer association.
So, we will email again. And again and again if need be.
We won’t quit.
Wishing you and your pet(s) the best,
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