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Old 01-14-2014, 12:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Denaturants in raw food

Perhaps this topic/question has been dealt with before but I would greatly appreciate any info regarding the addition of a denaturing agent to raw meat/organ/bone.

I understand that any meat/organ/bone not intended for human consumption must be treated with a denaturing agent per the USDA. From my quick bit of research. It would seem that these denaturing agents used on meat/organ/bone intended for pet consumption do not contain any toxic components per the companies which produce these products.......but that's what the companies suggest. I wonder if there is any veracity to their claims.

I am having second thoughts about feeding my pooch a raw diet which might have meat/bone/organ which have been denatured via the addition of a denaturing component.


Your thoughts and comments are appreciated,

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the case here is that meat intended for human consumption and that intended for animal use are not sold in the same market place . The key word is intended . People do go and buy cases of raw chicken frames from local butcher counters and use it for the dogs . I do .The intended use though is for human consumption in the making of broth or soup stocks .
When meat is ground for animal only consumption it has to be packaged and identified with label "not for human consumption" and or marked with a identity code known to the industry and inspectors such as a faint greying with edible charcoal , a dusting on top or a vein going through it . This was to make it off putting by sight , and to prevent unscrupulous vendors from selling a lessor price and quality meat product to customers for their own use.
No mistake, no being able to substitute.
It does not denature or spoil the food one little bit.
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