The Saga continues!
Mollie Morrisette: "Unfortunately, the proof that Evanger’s provides is nothing more four heavily redacted documents
: Three redacted invoices for the purchase of “edible beef bones” and one for “edible beef liver”; none of which provide USDA establishment numbers
, nor the name of the supplier. Therefore, the information cannot be cross-checked
for validity on the USDA website."
In a move that can only be described as reckless, today Evanger’s Dog & Cat Food Company picked a fight with the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for exposing the company for using inedible meat in their pet food.
Where Evanger’s previously posted pug family updates
regarding the recalls of their pentobarbital laced pet food, today all that information is gone.
Instead, the only information you’ll see today are these two short paragraphs (bold added):
“The FDA recently stated it believes that Evanger’s does not purchase ANY edible beef, yet in its investigation never asked a simple question, “does Evanger’s purchase edible beef.” Evanger’s does, in fact, purchase edible beef, and did purchase edible beef around the same time as the recalled beef was supplied.
Our intention was not to start an online war with the FDA, but the FDA has taken unprecedented actions specifically against Evanger’s. We will continue to post information in regards to FDA’s recent actions, but meanwhile are sharing this with our loyal customers now:
Edible Beef Billed to Evangers 07-14-2016“
Read the whole article here: Evanger's Declares War With The FDA, Denies Inedible Meat Used in Pet Food - Poisoned Pets | A look inside the pet food industry