WASHINGTON -- In the latest twist to the pet food recall, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said it found melamine in some samples of Menu Foods pet food. Used as a fertilizer in Asia and also in commercial uses such as plastic kitchen utensils, melamine was found in wheat gluten used in Menu‘s wet pet foods. The FDA said it is also investigating whether melamine-contaminated wheat gluten was shipped to a dry pet food manufacturer, which it declined to name. It is not known whether ...

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