Concord Pet offers a variety of pet supplies and pet foods

Brands and labels of pet foods that have been recalled so far include:
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This large pet food store, one of 13 Chuck & Don's outlets in the Twin Cities, is located in the Cub Foods Mall on Vierling Avenue. Chuck & Don's prides itself on providing hometown service combined with a large inventory of pet foods and supplies, with customer-friendly pricing. The store carries food and supplies for dogs, cats, reptiles, aquatic pets, and caged birds, plus seed for wild birds.
Safe Handling Tips for Pet Foods and Treats Safe Handling Tips for Pet Foods and Treats:
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We understand that it matters what you feed your pet, which is why we work to ensure that all of our formulas are produced to adhere to strict quality and safety standards. As such, we maintain close relationships with our suppliers to continually test our ingredients, production environment, production process and finished products to ensure quality and safety. By implementing the latest scientific and technological advancements, we have developed a comprehensive food safety system that ensures your pet’s food is always safe and nutritious. Here are a few ways we go about it: Dzanis, David A. "Understanding Pet Food Labels."  October 1994, p. 10.
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P & A Pet Foods is an authorized Fromm Family Pet Food retailer. Fromm Family Foods is a family-owned and operated artisan pet food company in Wisconsin that produces their own food and treats in small, hands-on batches. Often based on consumer demand rather than nutritional requirements, many commercial pet foods are formulated to provide nutrients in excess of current minimum recommendations, use ingredients that compete directly with the human food system, or are overconsumed by pets, resulting in food wastage and obesity, which presents challenges in optimizing the sustainability of the pet food system and pet ownership. To ensure that pet ownership can be sustained in the future, it needs to be affordable and culturally acceptable and must effectively satisfy the needs for good health and well-being of animals as pets. One important component of ensuring that these needs are met is appropriate nutrition. It is imperative to evaluate whether and how the pet food system as a whole can sustainably support the health and nutrition of the growing population of companion animals not only now, but in the future. In this review, we describe the concept of nutritional sustainability and propose its application to companion animal nutrition. Unknown components and future challenges are also highlighted to provoke discussion among the companion animal scientific community.Sustainable practices meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. Applying these concepts to food and feed production, nutritional sustainability is the ability of a food system to provide sufficient energy and essential nutrients required to maintain good health in a population without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their nutritional needs. Ecological, social, and economic aspects must be balanced to support the sustainability of the overall food system. The nutritional sustainability of a food system can be influenced by several factors, including the ingredient selection, nutrient composition, digestibility, and consumption rates of a diet. Carbon and water footprints vary greatly among plant- and animal-based ingredients, production strategy, and geographical location. Because the pet food industry is based largely on by-products and is tightly interlinked with livestock production and the human food system, however, it is quite unique with regard to sustainability. Often based on consumer demand rather than nutritional requirements, many commercial pet foods are formulated to provide nutrients in excess of current minimum recommendations, use ingredients that compete directly with the human food system, or are overconsumed by pets, resulting in food wastage and obesity. Pet food professionals have the opportunity to address these challenges and influence the sustainability of pet ownership through product design, manufacturing processes, public education, and policy change. A coordinated effort across the industry that includes ingredient buyers, formulators, and nutritionists may result in a more sustainable pet food system.Whole Body Health also means that we have paid particular attention to the life stage or your pet when we select the size and shape of kibble for each product. Why is this important? The kibble shape also affects the tastiness of the food. You can feel confident that as well as offering your pet excellent nutrition with Chicopee each and every day, you are also giving them a delicious meal that they will truly enjoy.