IAMS Recalls Vitamin-Deficient Canned Cat Food

IAMS Recalls Vitamin-Deficient Canned Cat Food

Do you feed your cat or kitten Iams ProActive Health canned food? Check the dates on the cans, because your noms may be part of a recall. The food isn’t dangerous in itself, but has dangerously low levels of vitamin B1, which is essential for cat nutrition. [More]

Procter & Gamble: Pringles Are Not Potato Chips

Procter & Gamble: Pringles Are Not Potato Chips

Seeking to evade a 17.5% sales tax, lawyers for Procter & Gamble successfully argued that Pringles aren’t actually potato chips. Even though all Pringles containers are clearly marked “Potato Crisps,” Procter & Gamble’s lawyers argued that “Pringles don’t look like a chip, don’t feel like a chip, and don’t taste like a chip.”

Proctor & Gamble Pushes Diapers, And More, With Mom’s Mouths

Proctor & Gamble Pushes Diapers, And More, With Mom’s Mouths

A secret army of Moms is hawking Proctor & Gamble products through words that pass out of their mouth, or, to use the technical term, “word of mouth marketing.”