I realize most if not all of you probably don't have to deal with a situation like this, but I could not in good conscience stay silent. We are very low income. No one in our house has an income of over $900 a month, Keri and I are both under $650 a month. Once a week there is a food bank that gives out boxes of donated food. Mainly what we get and use the most is bread. Some of this food is items a local processor or distributor can't sell but is perfectly good. But today bothered me and I spoke up. They were giving out boxes containing ten pouches of Purina Mighty Dog Dog Food (I can't remember the variety) While I was waiting on line I asked someone to show me their box. Wheat Gluten was the second ingredient. Now I didn't have access to a recall list there but I also knew a lot of sites and folks are advising to avoid anything with any of the suspect ingredients. I went to the folks checking people in and told them of my concern. They said they had been told the food was OK. I asked who told them? "The Purveyor". Sorry that isn't good enough for me. I spoke loudly and said "Please everyone, this dog food contains wheat gluten, and from what I have seen I would avoid anything containing that. If I were you I wouldn't take any of that food." I half expected to be told not to come back, but nobody seemed to mind. I don't know how many (if any) didn't take the food, but these are poor people who are probably not in a good position to deal with what might be expensive vet bills. I had to say something. What do people think?