Menu Foods Recall Expands Dramatically Due to Cross-Contamination

Our recall list is now up-to-date to include this expansion. Menu Foods is only 1 of several menufacturers, so please check our list for the all recalled brands. If we missed something, do let us know.

UPDATE: The expansion expands again. Menu Foods’ own press releases do NOT match up with their recall expansion list. Pet Food Tracker and PetSitUSA have worked the last several hours checking the lists and added several more brands to the recall expansion. Our recall list is now updated. Again.

ORIGINAL POST: This recall expansion covers dozens of new brands and foods — wet foods only — citing cross-contamination (corrected). This announcement comes more than a month and a half after the initial recall. The recall also expanded to include 2 varieties in Europe.

Latest from Menu Foods

Menu Foods says:

Menu Foods has previously recalled wet cat and dog food produced with adulterated wheat gluten supplied by ChemNutra Inc. Menu Foods is now expanding the recall to include cuts and gravy and select other products which do not include ChemNutra wheat gluten but which were manufactured at any of Menu Foods’ plants during the period that ChemNutra wheat gluten was used at that plant, to the extent they have not already been subject to a recall, due to the possibility of cross-contamination. Menu Foods has received a report from a customer and has received study results, both of which indicate cross-contamination.

(Hey Menu Foods, please just send us an email next time. Now we know why you visted 30 times today. Your identity will be kept confidential.)

Brands covered in expansion are listed after the jump. New brands are marked (New). Castor and Pollux’s recall of their Natural Ultramix food is included.

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US Recall Expansion

Cat Food:

  • Americas Choice, Preferred Pet
  • Best Choice
  • Cat’s Choice (New)
  • Companion
  • Compliments
  • Co-Op Gold (New)
  • Demoulas/Market Basket
  • Despar (New)
  • Drs. Fosters and Smith
  • Fame (New)
  • Feline Classic (New)
  • Feline Cuisine (New)
  • Food Lion
  • Giant Companion
  • Giant Eagle (New)
  • Hannaford
  • Hill Country Fare
  • Hy Vee
  • J. E. Mondou (New)
  • La Griffe (New)
  • Laura Lynn
  • Loving Meals
  • Master Choice (New)
  • Medi-Cal
  • Meijer’s Main Choice
  • Natural Ultramix (New)
  • Nu Pet (New)
  • Nutriplan
  • Nutro
  • Paws
  • Performatrin Ultra (New)
  • Pet Pride
  • Presidents Choice
  • Price Chopper
  • Priority Canada
  • Priority US
  • Roche Brothers (New)
  • Roundy’s (New)
  • Schnucks
  • Sophistacat
  • Special Kitty Canada
  • Springfield Prize
  • Stuzzy Gold (New)
  • Triumph (New)
  • Wegmans
  • Western Family Canada (New)
  • White Rose
  • Winn Dixie
  • Your Pet (New)

Dog Food

  • Authority
  • Award
  • Best Choice
  • Compliments (New)
  • Co-Op Gold (New)
  • Hannaford
  • Health Diet Gourmet Cusine (New)
  • Hill Country Fare (New)
  • Hy Vee
  • La Griffe (New)
  • Master Choice (New)
  • Natural Life
  • Nu Pet (New)
  • Ol’ Roy Canada
  • Performatrin Ultra (New)
  • Pet Pride/Good n Meaty
  • Presidents Choice
  • Priority US
  • Schnucks
  • Springfield Prize
  • Stater Brothers
  • Triumph (New)
  • Truly (New)
  • Western Family Canada (New)
  • Western Family US

Canadian Recall Expansion

Cat Food:

  • Americas Choice, Preferred Pet
  • Best Choice
  • Companion
  • Compliments
  • Co-Op Gold (NEW)
  • Demoulas/Market Basket
  • Drs Foster & Smith
  • Fame (NEW)
  • Feline Classic (NEW)
  • Feline Cuisine (NEW)
  • Food Lion
  • Giant Companion
  • Giant Eagle (NEW)
  • Hannaford
  • Hill Country Fare
  • Hy Vee
  • La Griffe (NEW)
  • Laura Lynn
  • Master Choice (NEW)
  • Meijer’s Main Choice
  • Natural Ultramix (NEW)
  • Nu Pet (NEW)
  • Nutriplan
  • Nutro
  • Paws
  • Performatrin Ultra (NEW)
  • Pet Pride
  • Presidents Choice
  • Price Chopper
  • Priority Canada (NEW)
  • Priority US
  • Roche Brothers
  • Roundy’s (NEW)
  • Schnucks
  • Sophistacat
  • Special Kitty Canada
  • Springfield Prize
  • Triumph (NEW)
  • Wegmans
  • Western Family Canada (NEW)
  • White Rose
  • Winn Dixie
  • Your Pet (NEW)

Dog Food:

  • Authority
  • Award
  • Best Choice
  • Compliments
  • Co-Op Gold (NEW)
  • Hannaford
  • Health Diet Gourmet Cuisine (NEW)
  • Hill Country Fare (NEW)
  • Hy Vee
  • La Griffe (NEW)
  • Master Choice (NEW)
  • Natural Life
  • Nu Pet (NEW)
  • Ol’ Roy Canada
  • Performatrin Ultra (NEW)
  • Pet Pride / Good n Meaty
  • Presidents Choice
  • Priority US
  • Schnucks
  • Springfield Prize
  • Stater Brothers
  • Triumph (NEW)
  • Truly (NEW)
  • Western Family Canada (NEW)
  • Western Family US

279 Responses to “Menu Foods Recall Expands Dramatically Due to Cross-Contamination”

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  1. robert says:

    Before you feed Solid Gold, check it out. It is made by Diamond. Code on bag says made in Texas, as did the store where I bought it. My cat got sick from eating it (the dry) I called Solid Gold, Said they do not have a Satisfaction Guarntee. I think the place in Texas that makes it is “blue sky”

  2. Wendy44 says:

    FF of Utah: Yes, it is hard to get a urine sample! Luckily my cat was willing to pee in an empty litter box, but to have him shut up in a room alone for hours and hours was heartbreaking.
    Minn: The stuvite crystals are the ones that form when the urine is too alkaline. These are the common ones. But there are crystals called calcium oxylate that can form in extremely acidic urine. My cat never actually blocked, but he was peeing blood all over his house and his UA’s were clean except for crystals. It finally took a barium study to see his thickened bladder wall. After a dose of steriods and a food switch he’s been ok. But I feel sick that I’d been feeding him the c/d garbage all these years. I hope this FRR works out well. I’m switching him over very slowly.

  3. CC says:

    Genny,

    Sorry–been offline all day. You asked about my cat–he is 1.5 yrs old and seemed to get an inflammed bladder (straining/blood, but no blockage). The vet diagnosed struvite/triple phosphate crystals, which form at high pH. He was on a dry food, Eukanuba kitten, at the time, with occasional cans of Iams wet. My vet told me at the time (and my later reading backs this up) that lots of moisture consumption thru canned food was the best overall strategy. She said some prescription diets can take the acidifcation too far, and cause the other type of crystal (calcium oxalate). Most canned diets are pretty low in magnesium to prevent struvite crystals anyway, and the ash is not really a good indicator of much (except if it’s really high, it is probably not high quality meat).

    I switched him gradually to canned foods, trying Wellness, Natural Life, Blue Buffalo, and Purina Proplan. He wasn’t so keen on canned at first, so it was a slow process of mixing half and half. About two weeks later, another episode of the same thing happened. He got better after more fluids. Different vet this time, similar findings–concentrated urine and high pH. We started worrying more about grains in food at this point, because of the recall as well as their affect in raising pH. We started adding plain or tuna-flavored water on his wet food for even more dilute urine.

    Two weeks later, he got a complete blockage, apparently from crystals mixing with mucus to plug his urethra. Long story short, the blockage kept recurring within 24 hours after the catheter was removed, causing further suffering and hospitalizations, so our vet eventually recommended the perineal urethostomy. It was a very hard decision for me, because it seemed like a huge deal and risk, but in fact the surgery took all of an hour, and he was home within 48 hours afterwards (though it cost a fortune because we went with a specialist at a university hospital).

    While it wasn’t a fun experience at all, we eventually had a really positive outcome. I wish I’d never got to the point of surgery, though, and I wonder if all the bouncing around between different brands with various grains and veggies and fruits did have an effect. I’m a little dubious of your vet’s idea that premium brands are worse than store brands. I think it’s between a rock and a hard place–the store brands (and most dry foods) have grains, but holistic canned foods often add fruits and veggies, which also are thought to raise pH. The current vet prescribed canned Royal Canin SO, which is basically water, by-products and animal fats. I’m not too keen on the quality of the meat, but RC has published studies indicating it controls both types of crystals by maintaining low pH, and controlled levels of phosphorus and magnesium. I suspect that even more important is the strictly carnivorous and moisture-rich nature of the food, so I’m exploring alternatives that do something similar but use muscle meat and less preservatives, like Instinctive Choice and By Nature Organics (even though they’re made at Menu).

    I too got really confused by all the different info about FLUTD the web, but I keep coming back to Dr. Pierson and Dr. Hodgkin’s info on wet carnivorous diets, partially because I’ve seen the dramatic improvement it made in my older cat’s diabetes (catinfo.org and yourdiabeticcat.com). I did buy 3 feline health books online, and the one I’ve found helpful was “Guide to a Healthy Cat” by Elaine Wexler-Mitchell, DVM. Great chapter on FLUTD, including info on what procedures and expenses to expect if your kitty does get blocked.

    I wish you all the best–I hope your cat feels better soon. FLUTD is a frustrating and complex problem, so talk to as many vets and pet owners as you can.

  4. Sandy says:

    WELLNESS DRY HELP NEEDED…OK way above I mentioned how OMH aka Wellness has done nothing but be evasive with me…emails calls….all the two step bs….I have dry dog and dry cat food I have never opened THE ALLERGY formula …it has rice protein…HAS ANYONE here gotten a straight reply from this company??? If not I am taking the crap back…You know, don’t throw the foods out….return them to the store you have a 100% guarentee of satisfaction on this foods. I am not satisfied with chemicals in my pets foods. Open the bag so they can’t resell it and return it…Wellness…and all the “GOOD” foods will have to eat it

  5. Amy says:

    Sandy - I pulled Wellness dry from my rotation about a week ago I think… the days are all blending together. Anyway, that’s when my kitty started to exhibit symptoms of kidney trouble. Now, I also had been feeding Natural Balance a couple weeks earlier but stopped that with the recall. But Wellness was the only one of the foods I was feeding last week that had any sort of grain protein so between that and Lorie’s comments about her vet with cats who were sick on Wellness I decided to be safe rather than sorry. Now I’m feeding a mix of Innova and Nature’s Variety Raw Instinct dry and supplementing with a bit of canned human grade chicken and salmon, and some Nature’s Variety canned and raw. My kitty did wind up having sub q fluids for 5 days and goes back tomorrow for more tests… she is acting like she’s feeling better so I’m hoping that she’s on the road to recovery.

  6. Lauren Dees says:

    Feline Foundation,
    Be careful of just adding water to your kitties dry food. I found this info from a Vet’s site:
    “Speaking of texture, a common question is “can I just soak the dry food in water?” I hedge more than just a bit at this question. Dry food has a high bacterial content. Mold is also often found in dry food. There have been many deaths of dogs and cats secondary to eating mold mycotoxins, vomitoxins and aflatoxins which often contaminate the grains found in dry food. If you want to try the trick of wetting down the dry food to alter the texture, please leave it out for only 20-30 minutes then discard it. Bacteria and mold thrive in moisture.”
    http://www.catinfo.org/index.htm

  7. Kristi says:

    Speaking of cross contamination - hasn’t everyone found different kibble types in their dry dog food at one time or another? I just found red triangular pieces of kibble in my bag of Nature’s Variety Senior (square brown kibble). I’m sending it in to them.

  8. FelineFoundationOfUtah says:

    Lauren Dees,

    Thanks for the info. I soak it 10 to 15 minutes, then the food is gobbled up instantly. Everything I can learn helps, so I appreciate the tips!

  9. Phyllis says:

    Here is an e-mail letter I just sent to Trader Joes. They claim on thier FAQ page to have independently tested all their pet foods produced by Menu Foods, but they do not say just how this was accomplished.

    Hi Trader Joes

    First let me say I like your store and many of your products. However, I have a concern or two about your pet food products.

    Menu Foods has issued new recalls on current products as of yesterday May 3, 2007. See FDA.gov Your products are likely affected in spite of your assurances on the FAQ page.

    You are still using Menu Foods to produce your products. I asked at the La Mesa store last night, and was at first told that you do not use them, later a manager said you still do :>( .

    I will no longer buy any pet food from any business that uses them because they should have known of the potential for this mess.

    Cat food made by them has been contaminated for a very long time. Also, they know that people have been cheating them on the quality of grain proteins and glutens. They claim ignorance, but I do not believe it. The CEO sold off LOTS of his stock just a couple of weeks before the recall.

    For over a year, I bought the canned cat food for Purr-Purr, but sometimes she would not eat it. Instead she would try to cover it up like a pile, and then would walk off and go without. Othertimes it would just sit and dry up while she followed me around begging for food, and acting hungry.

    I now know that one of the symptoms of this poisoning is stomach pain along with
    vomiting, especially frothy liquid rather than food. This happened frequently. She also drank tons of water, urinating frequently and sometimes she could not even get to the box in time. I could not afford a vet.

    I know you sold me contaminated cat food last year,whether you meant to or not, and I AM CONCERNED THAT YOU ARE STILL USING THIS INEPT, CROOKED COMPANY FOR YOUR PET FOODS!

    I shop in your store at least twice a month and buy most of my groceries there.

    Purr-Purr died of cat renal failure last
    July 16th. She had eaten a lot of Trader Joe’s canned cat food in the preceding year (along with Pro-Plan for the dry). The last few days she was gaunt, breathing hard, lethargic. I loved her very much because she helped nurse me through chemotherapy and cancer.

    She was older, but she was in excellent health until Fall of 2005.

    I will not buy your pet food until you change companies.

    Sincerely,
    Phyllis Shamoon

  10. Miss Jami says:

    Genny, I called to check in….you hopefully have a social engagement and aren’t back at the vet. How’s Nixon? Goomba is better today. She ate half a cooked egg yolk, half a canned sardine and about a tablespoon of beef with gristle and fat. She had eaten beef while I was at work and drank all the ‘water’ and scrapings from the cast iron skillet.

    I just can’t bring myself to buy any ‘manufactured’ cat food. I know that I see others on this and other sites that are feeding what our cats were eating but I don’t know where those people are and which ’shipments’ they are getting.

    I may not make a dent in the pet food manufactuers pocket by by God their P&L statement won’t go up because of me. I’m done.

    I don’t know if I told anyone, Goomba used to love chicken and is now refusing (about two weeks) to eat any! I bought some ‘Buddy’s Free Range’ today and will see tomorrow if she will eat it. I am about half afraid to eat it myself…I already have weak kidneys.

    I want to offer a huge THANK YOU to everyone involved in the ITCMO site, you’ve offered us a beacon in the darkness. Hold your heads high and know that you are not just ‘ site managers’ you are so much more!!

  11. Sandy says:

    Amy lol I found you again….I use Evo too for my cats. I forgot to mention that somewhere else..I am beat. The Evo is no grain and made in their own plants. DO NOT buy the wet…it’s by Menu but a Dakota plant ….for now I will not feed it. Kidney issues with high protein diets do not mix…but like I told someone else, poisen with kidney issues do not mix either . Good luck with the kitty..I have 2 on subq (one has CRF the other shows up clear but …I don’t trust that he is sick) I had another cat he had to be PTS almost 2 years ago. …kidneys :-/

  12. jean says:

    Hi All:

    I just don’t have time to read through all the posts tonight (only about 1/2), so apologies if someone else has already said this. It’s helpful when we all share what we’re feeding and our observations of our pets’ health. But please, don’t assume the food you’re feeding is safe because it isn’t on the recall list. We’ve seen how this list keeps expanding. Moreover, the problem isn’t confined to Menu, ANI, Diamond, etc (though they should all be shut down!): this is ultimately an issue of ingredient sourcing. Any food produced by a company that is using ingredients sourced from China (and probably parts of Southeast Asia and India, too), is suspect! I’m going to be contacting some of the companies that have been mentioned here to find out about their sourcing; if they won’t tell me, I’m not buying their product, period.

  13. jean says:

    Sorry–I should make clear I’m talking about those companies people have said manufacture their own product.

    Gotta go to bed….

  14. jean says:

    A quick check of my e-mail inbox and, lo and behold, the latest ichmo alert from the ASPCA: question all non-US protein sources! I would add that my vet is researching sourcing for vitamin supplement ingredients–I had never thought that they could pose a danger for the same reasons as the protein sources.

    Seriously, gotta go to bed….

  15. CODA DOG RESCUE says:

    This recall situation has been a nightmare for organizations like ours who rescue animals both dogs and cats.

    We’ve switched all the dogs to a new food that just came out on the market post inital recalls called HOMESTYLE SELECT it’s a fresh refrigerated food but are still really stressing over safe foods for the cats.
    We only normally feed dry food here but with the rice protein concentrate nightmares of late we worry as our new food stocks contain NO WHEAT GLUTEN and the labels don’t list rice protein concentrate but we now know you can’t trust the labelling either.

    You might be interested in a T- Shirt we’re selling on ebay to raise funds to buy new food stocks for the animals since the refrigerated food is so expensive.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISA.....1&rd=1

    We created the t-shirts BEFORE it was revealed that the chinese imports are also showing up in the human food chain now.

    Thus we don’t even feel 100% safe feeding the new food because it contains chicken.
    Denise Gibson- Franks
    Executive Director
    C.O.D.A.
    http://coda.givemepaw.com

  16. Adrienne says:

    I live in the UK and have been following this saga with horror since the beginning. There has been absolutely nothing in the news over here - only those of us who frequent US message boards have heard about it.

    Hitherto I have at least been heaving a sigh of relief that we are unaffected in Europe - it being my understanding that Europe is a big producer of wheat gluten so foods sold here (which seem also to be manufactured here) should be safe.

    Now I see that Menu Foods say they have recalled two lines sold in Europe but have not been able to find out which they are (and where in the EU they are sold). Can anyone here enlighten me?

    Thanks

    Adrienne

    ITCHMO ADMIN: Two posters, Renee and Erwin, found out the two European varieties. They are Despar and Stuzzy and both appear to be from Italy.

  17. Adrienne says:

    Thanks so much for that! Not that I can relax - with the ever-increasing recall list there may well be more European lines recalled. My vet knew nothing of this either, but I’ve given him lots of printouts on the unfolding story…. Of concern to him is whether any of the Hill’s Science Diet and Royal Canin foods he sells could be affected (the concern being animal welfare, not his pocket).

    Adrienne

  18. Sonya says:

    For those considering grain -free diets, I switched my cat to Wellness grain-free canned food and she’s done very well on it. Wellness now makes a dry grain-free food too. She was eating what turned out to be tainted Nutro food, then I put her on Natural Balance, which was tainted too, and then to Newman’s Own, which set off her allergies, and now she’s been on Wellness for a few weeks and is doing great. Go grain-free or make the food yourself, it’s the only to be sure our babies our safe!
    I, for one, will not buy any of the brands that have been tainted. period. whether or not the type of the food my pet eats has been recalled or not. Seems like everyday they add a new food to the list, why take the chance?

  19. BOBC says:

    All of the pet foods currently in the market are contaminated. The manufacturers of these foods are aware their products are bad…they are simply waiting, keeping silent, and killing animals for the sake of unloading their inventories to lessen their financial losses. The hell with our animal’s health! Feed your animals ONLY foods made for humans….keep them alive!

  20. Anna K says:

    Considering all the damage Menu has done, you would think that they would have people manning the phone lines that had SOME KNOWLEDGE of what they were talking about! Can’t believe that I have called 5 times and still have not recieved a return phone call and worse yet the people answering the menu phone lines don’t even have a clue as to who they are answering the phone lines for!!! Last last evening I phoned to ask a question concerning the latest recall and the person could not answer the question so she gave me the phone number of the executive officeso she thought, but what the idiot gave me was the phone number for Nestle Purina. What a SHAM, to act as though as a company you are concerned

  21. TC says:

    First off, my heart goes out to all who are/have been affected by this whole mess. I wish I could take all your pain and heartache away….

    Just a quick question here. I’ve seen some mention of Solid Gold food being fed to animals. Was I mistaken, or was Solid Gold not one of the foods that was recalled? I could be wrong, and forgive me if I am, as I have not throughly read every post. Our family used to have two doggies, who’ve long passed. I’m a huge animal lover, and this recall s— makes me totally furious. It is crazier than ever. Anyway, just wanted to ask, as I’ve been trying to follow this insanity driven, asinine maze of this fiasco. Blessings to each and every pet parent out there.

  22. Micah says:

    Wysong definately wins the wysong sucks award for their arrogance.

    http://www.wysongsucks.com

  23. Penny says:

    What I wonder is if they are doing this to the dog food and its causing cancer, diabetes etc.. I could only assume people food is bad to, because its causing the same symptoms in humans. Our dog got diabetes because of Bad Dog Food. We have been giving him an all natural product which has helped in a major way.. Its all about good nutrition folks… My heart goes out to those whose animals have died but to those of you who still have your animals get them on some good nutrition and really check it out!

  24. AnnaZ says:

    Calling on TC,
    In answer to your question concerning Solid Gold, it was not recalled,and I sure hope it won’t be. We feed our 3 dogs Solid Gold although I’m not totally comfortable with Diamond(they make Solid Gold) We also give them Bil Jac. I just checked on the web to make certain that it was not on the recall list, but if anyone out there knows differently please post!

  25. AnnaZ says:

    Sam,
    thanks for your message, I really appreciate your bringing this to my attention. I am just so skeptical of everything anymore. Sounds like your Life’s Abundance is somewhat similar to Solid Gold although I wasn’t able to listen to the whole video because it cut off. The only reason I was giving a little BIL Jac was because I have never heard of any recalls or bad news surrounding Bil Jac which might not be the greatest of reasons but I phoned Solid Gold today to inquire about the safety of their food and was told the same thing as the previous 9 million calls that their product is very safe and to my knowledge they also don’t have wheat rice soy or anything like that in their food. My concern was just because they are manufactured by Diamond(which had some recalls on other products) I just don’t want to hear of any cross contamination in the future. I am not opposed to trying out your suggestion. Thanks again

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  27. Phyllis says:

    I JUST SENT THE FOLLOWING COMMENT TO IAMS. Iams costs a lot more than it is nutritionally worth :>(

    No Thank You to the free bag of cat “food.” I will not feed my cats ANYTHING that has Menu Foods as part of the making or distribution of it. They knew for years that entities could be putting various things in the grains, gluten, flours and proteins to falsify the nitrogen readings. They used it anyway, and in the case of some brands, even added lower grade products to keep production going. They may have added things that were not part of the recipe like Diamond Foods did. I lost my cat last summer to cat renal failure. Her food made her sick.

    The most damning circumstancial evidence is the attitude and actions of the CEO. Delaying notifying the public until he had sold off plenty of Menu Foods shares.

    SHAME ON YOU IAMS. You should have been keeping an eye on the production of your products with independent, random monitoring. YOU WERE ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL. You will not get my business, and I am warning all my friends against these cheap grain filled foods that sell at premiun prices.

    I have used Iams and Eukanuba in the past, but will no longer do so not only because of the pet food SCANDAL that should have surfaced years ago if you were doing your job right, but also because of the abhorrent treatment of some animals by your facilities and MOST ESPECIALLY BY MENU FOODS. The “16 confirmed dead” were mostly innocent cats and dogs fed FOOD THAT MENU FOODS KNEW WAS SUSPECT! It isn’t just PETA that has actual pictures of your at best clumsy, and misguided treatment of your study subjects. Others do too. And it appears that many if not most of your workers looks at this care as “just a job,” not as the opportunity to carefully and lovingly take care of your animals.

    YOur paying of vets to recommend your products, and then brag about it, puts me in mind of pharmaceutical companies promoting drugs they KNEW would harm people just to make a buck. Shame on them, and shame on Iams and Eukanuba for following the “everybody’s doing it mind set.”

    I never bought that excuse from my children, and I do not accept it from pet food manufacturers like Proctor and Gamble, Purina, etc. etc.

    I am currently buying Innova EVO, Evolutionary Diet. It has NO GRAINS or any type of ANIMAL BY-PRODUCTS. I am NOT BUYING FOOD FROM PETCO anymore. I am buying only from a small local entity that does not carry ANY OF YOUR PRODUCTS, OR OTHER RECALLED COMPANIES (Natural Balance excepted).

    Sincerely,

  28. Phyllis says:

    Penny — YOu are oh so right in your analysis of all our grocery foods. For learning to eat right try Andrew Weils

  29. Phyllis says:

    EATING RIGHT FOR OPTIMUM HEALTH. Shop the edges of the grocery store mostly — that is fresh meat, fresh produce.

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