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Author Topic: Can someone clarify the Wellness website information  (Read 2022 times)
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alibluenc
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« on: April 27, 2007, 02:42:09 PM »

Hi,

This statement is on the OMH website "Independent laboratory results have confirmed: NO MELAMINE in Simple Food Solutions".  Can someone help with the phrase, Simple Food Solutions? Does this term apply to all their products or is the Simple Solution line a particular formula?

Sorry if I'm asking the obvious - I"ve just become very fearful of the legalistic wordsmithing going on out there!

Thanks!

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echobarney
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« Reply #1 on: April 27, 2007, 03:14:40 PM »

Hi,

This statement is on the OMH website "Independent laboratory results have confirmed: NO MELAMINE in Simple Food Solutions".  Can someone help with the phrase, Simple Food Solutions? Does this term apply to all their products or is the Simple Solution line a particular formula?

Sorry if I'm asking the obvious - I"ve just become very fearful of the legalistic wordsmithing going on out there!

Thanks!



The Simple Food Solutions is the Wellness line for pets that are allergic to grains, etc.  They have a couple of meat proteins (exotic meats, venison and duck or lamb i believe) and few grains., i.e, fewer ingredients.  They do however contain the dreaded "rice protein concentrate", which appears to be the reason for the recent (today) disclaimer that their rice protein concentrate was not from the supplier of the bad product.  I think their only other canine product with rice protein concentrate is the canine "wellness bars".  I'm not sure about feline products.

I'm sure this disclaimer is because of the rice protein concentrate in that line.   
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alibluenc
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« Reply #2 on: April 27, 2007, 03:30:35 PM »

Thanks Echobarney,

I thought I had seen that line (Simple Solutions) but I couldn't find it on the website a little while ago...probably right in front of me and I missed it.  I feel like the more I read the more confused I get...I think we are all on information overload.

The Wellness SuperLight 5 mix for cats has ground brown rice and rice bran. 

As much as we can are we to assume these indredients are safe?
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robinb
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« Reply #3 on: April 28, 2007, 11:27:15 AM »

The wording is interesting to say the least. My guess is that they had concern of some kind and thus had it tested. But better late than never!
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auntie
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« Reply #4 on: April 29, 2007, 03:21:23 PM »

I keep worrying about if Wellness grain free is safe or not.  But, I can't find anything else to switch my cat food that is not associated with Menu or American!
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