Over the last decade, there have been numerous pet food recalls. When it comes to feeding your animal companion and depending upon a manufacturer, trusting a company once again after a recall can be difficult. Everyone is capable of making mistakes. However, how can a manufacturer reassure its loyal customers that their products are safe? Can a pet food business rebuild consumer trust? What steps should be taken? Does a major tragedy have to occur in order for the safety mechanisms and/or checks and balances to be put into place? What changes would you like to see?
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More and more people are raising chickens due to the inhumane practice of factory farms and use of antibiotics. For folks that wish to grow food organically, locally and sustainably, raising chickens has become the most popular method. Across America, municipalities are allowing and even encouraging residents to keep laying hens within city limits. Expert, Patricia Foreman, author of CITY CHICKS: Keeping Micro-flocks of Chickens as Garden Helpers, Compost Makers, Bio-recyclers and Local Food Suppliers is certainly leading the way.
Please try to come to this fund raiser which has really helped to save so many lives. If you are looking to have fun in NYC and attend a very worthwhile cause, please purchase your tickets now as the number of tickets is limited. The NYC4ACC gives 100% of funds to the AC&C to help improve facilities, expand adoption services, provide medical supplies, transportation services, food, toys and medical attention to the hundreds of shelter dogs and cats in need. While the AC&C is contracted by the city to care for the homeless animals that are rejected from other shelters, the AC&C is severely underfunded.