Other ingredients are sourced around the world... what and where? Does that mean we should be worried about the ingredients and their sources?

asked on August 10, 2018

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A recent review included a chart that was emailed to them from Wag/Amazojg. One of these recipes contains an ingredient from China.
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· December 22, 2018
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From the product description: "High quality ingredients are blended in the USA for quality control..." The word 'blended' is a weasel word that entirely obfuscates the actual sources of the ingredients; this along with 'in the USA' appears to be misleading by design.
Icarus Silverteal
· June 13, 2019
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The food is made in the USA from US and imported ingredients. No sources are given for the imports, but there's a customer service number: 1-888-280-4331
Amazon Customer
· September 22, 2018
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Read this https://truthaboutpetfood.com/wag-but-dont-ask-questions-of-manufacturer-amazon/
Paul L.
· September 12, 2019
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Good question. Should ask manufacture, does not indicate on product.
PaulE
· August 10, 2018
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