Pet owners seeking class action status in a suit against manufacturers, packers and retailers say TV images of a kitchen making a "Tuscan" meal for kitty are pure fantasy. The $58 billion spent on pet food over the last four years has been without consumers' knowledge that the "quality" or "premium" foods they are feeding their pets "are made wholly or partially of inedible garbage unfit for human consumption," says the suit. The litigation is expected to heat up soon in a fight over documents.
Animal Owners Seek Class Action Status in Suit Over Pet Food Additives
Daily Business Review
June 10, 2008