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$5 Million Lawsuit Filed Against Rachael Ray’s ‘Nutrish’ Dog Food

A New York man is suing celebrity chef, Rachael Ray’s ‘Nutrish’ brand dog food for $5 million, claiming it contains a dangerous chemical found in herbicides.

Although the Nutrish line of dog food is marketed as “natural food for dogs,” containing “no artificial flavors or preservatives,” a lawsuit claims that an independent lab found glyphosate, a potentially dangerous chemical which can be found in weed-killing products like Roundup, in the dog food.

Dog owner, Markeith Parks filed the $5 million class-action lawsuit on Wednesday against Ainsworth Pet Nutrition, the manufacturers of Nutrish, and its line of Superior Premium Food for Dogs on the basis that while Ray’s Nutrish “aggressively advertises” and promotes the products as “natural,” the “claims are false, deceptive, and misleading.”

“Instead, the products contain the unnatural chemical glyphosate, a potent biocide and endocrine disruptor, with detrimental health effects that are still becoming known,” court documents claim.

“The exact…

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