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On June 18, 2014

WATT Global Media announces Petfood Industry Knowledge Center

New online educational resource is focused on the global petfood industry

WATT Global Media has announced the launch of a new online training and continuing education resource for the global petfood industry, called Petfood Industry Knowledge Center. The center contains a selection of free courses and recorded conference sessions for petfood industry professionals, and will be accessible from within PetfoodIndustry.com.

These exclusive conference session presentations are organized into categories based on topic for quick and easy navigation, according to WATT. Topics include New and Functional Healthy Ingredients, Nutrition and Petfood, Food Safety and Quality, Advances in Palatability and Petfood Marketing.

The online learning courses are self-directed to take at the user’s desired pace with a goal of providing a deeper knowledge of pet nutrition. Course subjects are provided in a series of modules, and include Building Blocks of Animal Nutrition, Feeding Management During Growth of Dogs and Cats, and more.

“Our new Knowledge Center is targeted at the entire petfood supply chain and connected to our commitment of providing new, high-quality educational resources," said WATT President/CEO Greg Watt. "The content’s direct association with the Petfood Industry brand will help our readers and event attendees immediately recognize the Petfood Industry Knowledge Center as a resource they can trust for their continuing professional education needs.”

For more information, please visit: http://www.petfoodindustry.com/petfoodKnowledgeCenter.html.

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