Sunday, July 27, 2014

Food trucks go to the dogs

Posted on Sun, Jul 27, 2014 at 9:53 AM

Today, starting at 10am, Milo's Kitchen Treat Truck will be swinging by the  Cherry Hill Village at Preservation Park on  N. Roosevelt St. in Canton. They'll be serving the pups ("gour-mutts," as Milo's calls them) treats and the dog parents the opportunity of "family portraits."

Milo's is on a cross-country food truck trip, promoting their "grilled burger bites" and "chicken meatballs" to pup parents from L.A. to NYC, with stops in between, including Chicago, Detroit, Pittsburgh, the Carolinas, and Arkansas.

But watch out! Milo's Kitchen Treat Truck markets "real chicken and beef home-style dog treats" that are are "wholesome" and "authentic" without "artificial flavors or colors-made right here in the USA."

Authentic, processed food that is. Remember what George Carlin said about "home-style"? Their treats are also packed with soy, TVP, wheat flour, tapioca, rice, and sugar--fillers that make the meat go far and aren't the best for your pup. They're also packed with preservatives, like sodium erythorbate, nitrates, BHA, sodium tripolyphosphate, and potassium sorbate. Small amounts are probably ok, and no doubt the pup will love it, the same way it's easy for humans to love carb- and sugar- laden, processed and preserved, treats.

 


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