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on July 10, 2015

Learn about challenges of creating ultra-premium pet foods

Webinar will discuss how to clear the hurdles when formulating, sourcing and prototyping high-value products such as high-meat formulas, limited ingredient diets, and grain-free pet foods

Learn about the challenges encountered with formulating, sourcing and prototyping high-value products such as high-meat formulas, limited ingredient diets, and grain-free pet foods with reasonable success of financial success.

Register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6537452414934082305?linknumber=website to attend “Creating Ultra-Premium Pet Foods: Clearing the Hurdles,” a webinar sponsored by Extru-Tech Inc. and presented by Petfood Industry and WATT Global Media. The webinar will be broadcast Tuesday, July 28 at 9 a.m. CDT.

By attending this webinar, you will learn:

  • Where hurdles occur in the creation of ultra-premium pet foods
  • How to align label and composition
  • What the inherent cost and raw material challenges are
  • Where processing and new technology can provide solutions

Speakers for this webinar will be Dr. Greg Aldrich, president of Pet Food & Ingredient Technology Inc., and Will Henry, director of technology and research and development at Extru-Tech Inc.

Aldrich is an independent nutritionist specializing in foods, ingredients and nutrition for companion animals, as well as research associate professor and petfood program coordinator for the pet food research production program at Kansas State University. He writes a monthly column for Petfood Industry magazine on ingredient issues. Aldrich earned his doctorate in nutrition from the University of Illinois, a master of science from the University of Missouri and bachelor of science from Kansas State. He has held management and technical positions with Co-op Feeds, the Iams Co., Kemin Industries Inc. and Menu Foods Ltd. He is a member of the American Society of Animal Science, American Society for Nutrition and American Academy of Veterinary Nutrition. 

Henry received his bachelor of science in electrical engineering in 1996 at Kansas State University. He holds professional certifications in HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points), BSL-2 (Biosafety Level 2, Aseptic Laboratory/Sampling Techniques) and SQF Practitioner.

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