I got this from an above posting. This 'debate' is becoming quite heated. As I see it there are two issues. 1. this product contains metasulfite, which may be unhealthy to crabs 2. There is a direct accusation that the owner of the Crabbage Patch, when notified, knowingly changed the information on her site to falsify the correct information. This situation is getting to the point where I think people may have to be more careful about what they say. There have even been accusations of a 'conspiracy' and much encouragement from members of this site to discontinue using and purchasing Crabbage Patch products, the result of which would, of course, be to deprive the owner, Tammy Weick, of her livelyhood. As I said in a previous post, I have bought this product and have been feeding it to my crabs daily, along with a few other foods. So I got out the label that was on the bag I received with the food. My label says, in handwriting, that the packaging date was 11-2-07. I could look up my invoices, but I remember ordering it about that time. I compared the ingredients on my old label to the one above. I noticed that there were differences between what information I had and the ingredient information above. My label says: Guaranteed Analysis: Crude Protein (minimum)....35.9% Crude Fat (minimum)....8.5% Crude Fiber (maximum)....10.5% Moisture (maximum)....7% Crude Carbohydrates (minimum)....45.6% I also carefully compared the ingredients, one by one, to the ones you have posted and also found a difference there. The one above says: vegetable oil (sunflower or corn oil) While mine says: sunflower or corn oil Although I think your label is just a further clarification that the sunflower or corn oils are vegetable oils. The last two ingredients on the above list are: calcium supplement mineral supplement The two ingredients on my list are: calcium supplement mineral supplement Therefore, except for putting in the words 'vegetable oil' I see nothing of the ingredients every one is so hyped up about. Tammy and Kirk have been accused of, when becoming aware that some of the ingredients in this particular foods that were not beneficial to crabs, were engaged in a 'coverup' and even that there is some kind of conspiracy going on. I think it's time to cool down and use the facts. On my original label dated November 2, 2007 that has no mention of any metabisulfate and you have produced a print out of a label that has no metabisulfate in it. Before things get too carried away, does anyone out there have any proof that the label on Hermit Crab Kittle, made by Colorado Care Company, has ever listed this ingredient on their label? I'm very interested in this and looking forward to someone producing a label from between November 2007 and January 2008, that lists the dangerous ingredients as have been claimed.