Spanish authorities say dog DNA only in pet food
Monday February 04 2013
Authorities in northwestern Spain say there is no risk that fats containing the DNA of dogs entered the human food chain, but admit that adulterated products may have been used in pet food.
Seprona, the environmental arm of Spain's Guardia Civil, is currently investigating a company accused of illegally using 'Category 1' products - including the corpses of sick and abandoned animals - to produce fats and meals.
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