Puffsters are low-calorie, USA-made dog treats. They are all natural air-puffed chips that are low in fat and only 10 calories. The treats contain no gluten, grain, soy, glycerin, or wheat. They are available in four chicken snack combinations (sweet potato, apple, cranberry or banana).
The August 2015 issue of Petfood Industry covers the growth of specialty food in the global pet food industry. Find out how the top specialty pet food companies are performing across the globe, and learn about the different subcategories such as dry, wet, semi-moist, raw, refrigerated and freeze-dried.
It's finally here. After 4.5 years of questions, concerns, confusion and yes, some drama, the first regulations under the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) — including the most relevant to pet food safety, the Preventive Controls for Animal Food rule — take effect on August 30. The clock starts ticking then for pet food manufacturers to comply.
In the January 2015 edition of Petfood Industry magazine, we asked some of the pet food industry's top experts to predict the state of the industry throughout 2015. Now, a little more than halfway through the year, we take a second look at those predictions and how they've played out so far — as well as what's in store for the rest of 2015.
Join us for the new Petfood Innovation Workshop & Kansas State’s Pet Food Experience at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas, October 28-30, 2015.
Produced by: Petfood Industry & Kansas State University