Registration is now available for Petfood Forum Asia, which will be held April 9, 2014, at the Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Centre, in conjunction with Victam Asia/FIAAP Asia 2014.
The conference will feature industry experts sharing the latest research and insights on the relevance of petfood recommendations to consumers in different retail channels, whether meat, grains or both are best for dogs, advancements in extruded petfoods, the impact of dietary past on cat feeding preferences, structured product development for petfood and more. A complete list of topics and speakers is available.
To register for Petfood Forum Asia, visit the registration page. More information about Victam Asia/FIAPP Asia, one of the largest agri-feed shows globally, is available here.
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that require consumers to get involved with preparation
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