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Our Day is Very Soon


This is the pre-announcement of our pet food test. Our results will be provided to a world of pet food consumers very soon. Some things you need to know before the big announcement. Read More »

What Law Requires


The Federal Food Drug and Cosmetic Act laws defines the Food Safety Commission as: a commission comprised of consumers, food scientists, the food industry, and health professionals "to enhance the food safety system". But there is no Commission. Law requires it, but there is no Commission. Read More »

A Little More Information


I purchased the research paper published by Chapman University and I reached out to the professor/publisher. While I can't give you the full paper to read (it is not free for public presentation), I can give you a few more details from the paper. Read More »

Report from FDA


Below is information provided by FDA explaining a bit more on the pet food testing study that found high incident risk of bacteria in raw meat pet foods. Also, perhaps why many pet food consumers remain skeptical. Read More »

Pet Food Fraud Again


Two years ago a study found eight of 21 pet foods contained an animal protein ingredient that wasn't listed in the pet food label. Now, another study has been released finding 20 of 52 pet foods contained an animal protein not listed on the label. When will authorities hold manufacturers accountable? Read More »

Purina has New Product with Human Grade Ingredients


Purina is now offering a pet product made with “human grade ingredients”. Not a food or treat, but a “meal enhancement”. Here are the details. If this product is accurately advertised on the Purina website (still waiting on a response from Purina), this is the first – to my knowledge – pet product made by any of the world’s largest ... Read More »

Wait one Minute There FDA


You might have seen a news story or two published on a pet food study just released by the FDA finding raw pet foods to have a high incident level of dangerous bacteria. But wait one minute, there are some big holes in the peer reviewed paper (at tax payer expense). Was this study outcome based? Read More »