Spirit Aquatic Products has been accused of selling a product made from dolphin poop.
The company said it is committed to ensuring that its products do not contain dolphin feces.
However, a Reuters investigation revealed the company is selling products made from whale and dolphin waste, which have been linked to health problems.
The investigation, which included interviews with dozens of former employees and consumers, found that the company had repeatedly failed to provide its customers with the products they were promised.
Reuters found that customers have suffered illnesses and deaths related to their drinking water contaminated by the waste products.
The findings of the investigation have sparked a debate over the ethics of the practice of dolphin slaughter and whale and dolphin waste farming in the oceans.
Read more: What you need to know on the dolphin and whale industry and dolphin trade article The company has a long history of ethical practices.
It is known for its whale and sea turtles, including some caught in the Philippines, and its whale meat, including its prized tuna.
The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (SSC), a group that monitors the global dolphin trade, says that its members were the first to document the company’s dolphin waste and that it has worked closely with SSC to protect dolphins.
But Sea Shepherd says it has not been able to prove that the companies have conducted any dolphin slaughter.
In a statement on its website, the group said that while its dolphins and whales are protected under the Endangered Species Act, its products are still tainted by dolphin waste.
Sea Shepherd has called on the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to halt dolphin slaughter in the ocean and to require dolphin slaughter companies to conduct proper scientific research before they use whale and turtle bones.
The group also wants the USDA to ban the importation of dolphin products to the U .
S. from certain countries.