Editorial March 2007 Issue


The rationale for some of our decisions

Hurray! Another annual food review is complete (and Ive got another pile of food to take down to my local animal shelter!). Im especially glad to be done with fact-checking the list of our top wet foods, because companies relocate, change their phone numbers, revamp their product lines, and fiddle with ingredients lists.

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