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The FDA has expressed no interest in all the newer research showing that carrageenan is indeed problematic, and the big-money players (including the pet food industry) are determined to keep it that way. Once again, it's up to consumers and pet parents to decide — and to vote with their dollars. It seems clear enough that carrageenan could be behind many of the health problems experienced by animals and people, so avoiding it (as difficult as that may be, given its widespread use in food) may be well worth the effort.
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