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Web Date: March 26, 2007

Pet Food Recall

Aminopterin, a rodent-killing compound, is found in samples of pet food made by Menu Foods
Department: Government & Policy

Scientists at the New York State Food Laboratory have identified the rodent-killing compound aminopterin at levels of at least 40 ppm in samples of pet food made by Menu Foods. Menu sells the pet food throughout the U.S. under 95 brand names and has recalled 60 million cans and pouches of wet cat and dog food. To date, Menu says 15 cats and one dog that ate the recalled brands have died of . . .

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