Pet owners are converting members of one of the least discriminating groups of eaters into consumers of specialty foods. And who can blame them? It's been exactly four weeks since news of the pet food recall broke. And what began as an advisory to pull Menu Foods moist dog and cat food produced in a single domestic plant during four months has since grown to include additional items, production periods and manufacturers. Because they may have contained contaminated wheat gluten sourced ...

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