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“POLICY: Pet food consisting of material from diseased animals or animals which have died otherwise than by slaughter, which is in violation of 402(a)(5) will not ordinarily be actionable, if it is not otherwise in violation of the law. It will be considered fit for animal consumption.”
This means the FDA allows pet food ingredients to be sourced from diseased animals or euthanized animals. There are many more FDA Compliance Policies that allow filth contaminated ingredients, rodent or bird feces contaminated ingredients, and even chemical contaminated ingredients into pet foods. Click Here to learn more about FDA Compliance Policies.
In 2007, thousands of dogs and cats in the U.S. died due to contaminated pet food ingredients sourced from China. In the seven plus years since this deadly pet food recall, the FDA has received reports on the death or illness of thousands of pets linked to Chinese imported jerky treats.
You’d think that pet food manufacturers would be avoiding ingredients sourced from China – but that’s not true. Actually, dog food and cat food (and pet food ingredients) imports from China have increased by more than 30 million pounds in just five years! (Source: Food and Water Watch)
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Walk into any pet store and you find hundreds of choices in a variety of price ranges. How do you decide?
You simply cannot decide on a dog food or cat food by looking at the front of the bag or can; this is marketing, it is not the truth about what’s inside the pet food. Actually, pet food regulations allow the front of a pet food bag to lie to you. Pet food regulations state a pet food label can contain “unqualified claims, either directly or indirectly”. Unqualified claims mean a pet food label can claim ‘Premium’ or ‘Choice Ingredients’ when the truth is far from premium or choice.
The next challenge pet owners are up against…Pet food regulations ALSO do NOT allow a pet food manufacturer to make any statements to quality or grade of ingredients on their label. Some pet foods use the same quality of meat you’d purchase in the grocery for any other member of your family (this is known as ‘food’ grade). Other pet foods are made from waste ingredients rejected for use in human food (this is known as ‘feed’ grade). Click Here to read about ‘food’ grade ingredients and ‘feed’ grade ingredients.
Some pet foods contain chemicals and dyes linked to cancer and serious illness. Some canned pet foods have a lining inside the can that contains BPA, a chemical scientifically linked to cancer.
Petsumer Report reviews tells you which Pet Food Manufacturers use food quality/human food quality ingredients, BPA lined cans, and who uses risky chemicals and dyes.
Petsumer Report is an online pet food information database providing subscribers with vital information on over 3,500 dog foods, cat foods, and pet treats (new products added each month). Subscribers have 24/7 access to information the pet food label does not provide.
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Petsumer Report gives subscribers alerts to risky ingredients, ingredient country of origin (U.S. only or imports), grade or quality of meat ingredients, list of health promoting ingredients, recall history, and much more! (See example below.) Plus, Petsumer Report actually teaches subscribers how to select/review a pet food on their own! Reviews include a “Learn More” section providing detailed information on regulations, scientific studies, and/or ingredient definitions.
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