BENTONVILLE, Ark. -- Following the news that aminopterin was identified in cat food samples from Menu Foods, Wal-Mart here announced its decision to remove all Menu Foods products from its stores shelves. “Here at Wal-Mart we simply do not take chances,” it said in a statement issued Friday. “They‘ll only return when we‘re convinced that all the issues have been resolved. Our customers expect nothing less.” Aminopterin, a derivative of folic acid, is used as rat poison in some countries but ...

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