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Pet Food Safety / Contamination #856877

CNN Evening News for Friday, Apr 06, 2007
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(Studio: John Roberts) The huge interest in the pet food recall story noted; e-mail quoted.

(Washington: Joe Johns) The questions about the contamination of pet food by the chemical melamine found in wheat gluten from China featured; details given of further pet food recalls, an FDA theory that the chemical was introduced intentionally and how information about dogs and cats is being gathered. [New Jersey Inst. of Technology chemist Dan WATTS - comments on trying to increase protein via a scam.] [Banfield, The Pet Hospital Dr. Karen FAUNT†- says we will never know the number of pets infected.]

Reporter(s):
Roberts, John;
Johns, Joe
Duration:
00:04:10

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