Movement to ban chicken jerky treats from China gains momentum

03/9/2012 | FoodSafetyNews.com

The FDA has received some 600 complaints that chicken jerky treats from China are causing kidney disease, and in some cases death, in dogs across the U.S. But since extensive testing hasn't confirmed a contaminant, the FDA is only warning consumers about a possible problem. Owners are pushing for further action, and one owner-geared Facebook group on the issue gained 2,400 members in just one month. Newer tests, which are looking for heavy metal contaminants, are pending.

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