Class Action

Taste of the Wild® Pet Food

Class Action

Taste of the Wild® Pet Food

In August 2018, the class-action lawsuit was filed against Diamond Pet Foods for allegedly failing to disclose that its Taste of the Wild® pet food contains heavy metals (including arsenic, lead, mercury, and cadmium), pesticides, acrylamide, and bisphenol A (BPA), and that these toxins accumulate over time in a dog’s body and leads to poisoning, injury, and disease. (Grossman et al v. Schell & Kampeter, Inc. d/b/a Diamond Pet Foods and Diamond Pet Foods Inc., Case No. 18-at-1387, E.D. Cal.)

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