Just want to tell all of you that China owns Walmart. Walmart and China - Google SearchSorry to hear about your loss. I can sympathize as we lost a dog to tainted food with Chinese ingredients about 14 years ago. My female Katie was petite and her first litter really drained her. For her next pregnancy (it wasn't planned) I was supplementing her normal dry food with top of the line canned stuff from the pet store. I'm not going to mention the brand because as it turned out many brands were effected. There was an ingredient from China that somehow produced the impression that the food was high in protein when tested? At the time I had a duplex close to campus here in Athens. As I traveled for work frequently I could have a room mate to look after things while I was away, win win kinda thing. My housemate at the time was a Japanese girl (she's a DR in Atlanta now) and her mom had been visiting from Japan. She fell in love with the pregnant Katie and was sad she needed to leave before the pups came. I flew home from KS the week the pups were due. I set up the laundry room as a nursery as it was late October and getting nippy outside and the pups were due at any moment. On a Saturday afternoon I was getting dinner ready and cut a small slice of steak off for Katie as a treat. My roommate was studying, my girlfriend (now wife ) was chilling. I put the steak on a saucer and brought it to Katie in the nursery. She looked up at me, put her head down and quietly died? The pups were never born and needless to say we were all traumatized. I buried Katie on a friends farm the next morning. My roommate's mom in Japan was put on antidepressants... A few weeks later it came out that the expensive food was recalled due to the impurity. It turned out there was a similar situation with human medicine from China and people died as a result. The guy in China who was deemed "responsible" was executed if I'm correct???
Here's the thing, today MOST of the vitamins and many pharmaceuticals as well either have ingredients or are produced in guess where? Yup China...
...here's a pic of Katie (left) Dusty, the dad (center) and TwoDot the wonder dog (on the right). This was a few weeks prior to that Saturday.
China may not physically own Walmart, but they have secured contracts to furnish the majority of goods Wal-Mart carries, including foodstuffs