Contains Menadione Dimethylpyrimidinol, which is toxic to the liver. Do not feed.
Oh, erm, the thread went off topic. This was in response to the original TJ's food we were talking about.
( Did you notice that the original post was in 2005?
Long live the TJ's Thread. )
I'm looking at the ingredients for the CANned food - the Turkey & Giblets Dinner - and there's no menadione dimethylpyrimidinol listed. Were you talking about just the TJ's Dry cat food?
The TJ's cat canned food gets a positive review, no mention of MD.
|Trader Joe's, a grocery store chain with outlets in many parts of the country, has a private label cat food that's earned some kudos. For example, CatInfo.org's Lisa Pierson puts it on her list of high-quality canned foods with grains but no wheat, corn or soy, though she adds that she has not reevaluated the food in several years and advises her readers to examine the label on their own before buying. The store's Chicken, Turkey & Rice Dinner (*Est. 60 cents for a 5.5-oz. can) lists chicken broth, chicken, turkey and ocean fish as its first four ingredients. User discussion is limited, but all we've seen is positive, and Trader Joe's cat food gets a good score from those posting at ZooToo.com.|