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Purina Purina Dog FoodCompanyPurina has made some pretty bold moves to control canine diseases and deaths in recent years.
The company is one of the largest purveyors of dog foods in the world and has developed some of the most stringent dog-safe products in the industry.
But in 2015, the company pulled the plug on dog foods that contain any of the following ingredients: sugar, corn syrup, and maltodextrin.
The move sparked a backlash from the industry, which is now fighting back.
It is now arguing that it is more important to focus on the safety of Purina’s dog foods than the health of the animals themselves.
This week, the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and the American Kennel Club (AKC) announced a settlement that calls for Purina to pull all dog foods from the market until the issue is resolved.
Purina CEO James D. Thomas says he has “zero tolerance” for any kind of adulteration in its dog foods.
He says the company takes the issue very seriously, and the company has been working with the AVMA to ensure that Purina has strict processes in place for testing its products.
But some of Purine’s competitors, including Nestlé, have gone a step further.
Last month, the Swedish giant stopped selling dog food from Purina, after a probe by the Swedish government found that Nestlé was using tainted dog foods as a cheap source of protein for the company’s frozen meat products.
Purins’ chief marketing officer, Jens Hult, says that Nestle’s move was not an attempt to hide anything, but rather to help protect its dog food products.
“We are concerned about the use of tainted dog food by Nestlé to support its frozen meat product,” he says.
“In the meantime, we have to take responsibility for the dog food we use and how it is prepared.”
“We have always been open to changing the way we produce dog food to be more safe,” he adds.
“We are working to get rid of any traces of these dog foods.”
Purina’s new dog food is called Diamond Dog Food.
This new version of the company-made dog food has been tested by the AVCA, the AVMMA, and other animal health and safety groups.
It comes in three varieties, with three different ingredients.
The first ingredient is an agave nectar extract called acetic acid, which was added to the dog foods after the company tested the product for its purity.
Hult says that this is an additive that is not present in the real food, and that it has not been approved for human consumption.
“This is what’s in our real food,” he explains.
“The dog food comes from animals raised on wild and free-range farms, and is tested by certified laboratories.”
The second ingredient is the sugar of the sweet corn syrup used in Purina dog foods, which has not yet been approved by the Food and Drug Administration.
Halt says that the sugar is only added to dogs that have been fed a diet of corn-fed beef, not to those dogs.
The third ingredient is a blend of cane sugar and a combination of barley sugar and rice bran.
“It’s a combination,” he said.
“This is not a pure form of cane sugars,” Halt continued.
“You can buy pure cane sugar in the U.S., but not in Europe.
We’re trying to create something that is pure in the sense that it’s not made by any particular company.”
The company has also made some changes to its canine food ingredients.
Hults says that Purine is taking a “step back” from its canine foods and that its products now have more sugar and corn syrup.
But he says that they are still safe.
“Our dog food now has no corn syrup in it,” he told CNN.
“But the corn syrup is added by the companies that are producing it.
They do a great job of it, and we’re very proud of it.”
Purine’s brand has become a household name in the United States and around the world.
Purines is now the number one dog food brand in the country, with a market value of $3.9 billion.
Its products are sold in stores across the country.
In a statement to the AVAA and AKC, Purina says that it took the “very difficult decision” to pull its dog diets from the marketplace.
“These decisions were not influenced by any other factors, and in no way were we influenced by the fact that Purines brand was a household word,” the statement says.
The statement also says that there is “no indication” that the company ever had any ties to Nestlé or other companies that manufacture dog foods with ingredients from its