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Melamine Found in U.S.-Made Animal Feed Ingredients

8:04 AM MDT | August 6, 2007 | Esther D’Amico

The FDA is alerting domestic feed makers to be “vigilant” in controlling quality in their supply chains and to monitor for any improper additives, after discovering that a U.S. additive producer was adding melamine to certain animal and fish feed ingredients to improve the binding properties of pelleted feed. The agency’s warning comes amid ongoing investigations by FDA and other regulators involving imported pet food ingredients tainted with melamine (CW, May 23, p. 24). FDA has announced a voluntary recall of products made by feed ingredient...

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