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« on: November 11, 2008, 09:31:21 AM »

I found this dry cat food at a health food store in Atlanta.  It is made by One Earth Pet Products.  My search for this company led me to Spectrum Products and then to United Pet Group.   If you google "One Earth Pet Products" you get to a site called "8 in One, "where you see this dry cat food "One Earth."  I called the company and spoke to a woman, asking her why the ingredients are not listed on the web site.  She told me their sites are not geared to comsumers, as they only sell wholesale to natural food stores.  I explained to her that as a consumer, looking for a quality cat food, wouldn't it be helpful to give the consumer info on their products?  She said basically that they are not concerned with consumers, only wholesalers.  This dry cat food had an expiration date of July 2009.  I asked her when this food was actually manufactured.  She "thought" probably July 2007.  I said, isn't that pretty old for a natural cat food--she said no-- that's the norm.  I said, no, that usually quality cat food has a shelf life of about 8 months.  She really didn't care much.  I cannot find anyone that has used this product.  I contacted the health food store, and was told that they had carried it for about 3 years with no returns or problems--but I can't verify this.  Anyone use this product?  I couldn't find any reviews for it.

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« Reply #1 on: November 11, 2008, 09:35:53 AM »

This sounds familiar.  I've seen it at a large chain grocery store.

Here is a link to the adult cat diet with ingredients.
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« Reply #2 on: November 11, 2008, 11:11:29 AM »

If you look back through the salmonella recalls & Oasis refusals,these co's are listed a lot. They had bird seed,treats,dog treats & chews all refused &/or recalled.

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« Reply #3 on: November 12, 2008, 05:06:45 PM »

Judy, I have seen it at our local Fred Meyer store but never used it.  I remember reading the ingredients and saw that it had garlic oil in it which I wasnt sure about, I think there were questions on using garlic in pets or cats or sumpin....I cant remember.

Good for you for asking such great questions of the company!!!   Wink 
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