gr8ful bruin wrote:
All usa made and costco tests every product sold and only sell the best, for instance a few years ago china sold bad food but not costco, there is a cnbc doc that goes into detail about how they test every product in their lab. Costco is awesome and is the opposite of walmart. They also pay their empolyees well and give them heathcare
Good information. That's cool. I have watched the Costco doc. While some of Costco is agreeable, I don't care for all their practices. I wasn't a fan when Target carried brands that didn't want Target to carry them, either. Target may have been the first discount store to do that. I feel a manufacturer should be able to decide who sells their junk.
I'd still like to know who makes the Costco dog food for them. I'm glad they use good ingredients, but it is also important to me which company makes it. I want to know who I'm supporting.
EDIT: I went googling for the company that makes the food, and this was on the first page. I'm not posting the link to argue against your choice. I will continue to look into the food, and with the sloppy way food is processed today, this could happen to any food company, pet or human. It's a numbers game to food companies. They don't care a bit about anyone or any being. Stockholders are their main concern. I thought Diamond Pet Foods had some poor feedback, but maybe I'm confusing it with another company when I was looking for an Iams replacement.