Mars Subsidiary Sued Over Claims About Dog Food's Bacterial Benefits

, New Jersey Law Journal

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Pet owners are suing Nutro, a subsidiary of Mars Inc., for allegedly inducing them to buy its dog food products with false statements about their promotion of growth of beneficial bacteria.

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    Hmm - when do we get to hold the architects and hucksters of the PPACA accountable for "equitable fraud and negligent misrepresentation? Something about if I like my doctor, I can keep my doctorÂ….

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