The wheat flour appears to have been deliberately contaminated. The melamine gives wheat flour the apparent nitrogen content of more costly wheat gluten - which is what the product was labeled as.
Skretting Canada, a major producer of salmon and trout feed, said in a new release Tuesday that it hadn't received any complaints related to "unusual fish health issues," but was voluntarily recalling all feed related to the shipment.No word which Canadian fish farms have used the meal contaminated with the product and where. Any BC based bloggers want to take a run at this?
A second Vancouver-area fish meal producer, Westaqua Commodity Group Ltd., is also believed to be linked to the contamination, but wouldn't comment Tuesday.