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Pet Food News / Pet Food Extrusion / Pet Food Safety
on July 1, 2016

What you need to know about extrusion and pet food safety

An update on how advances in extruder technology can help resolve petfood safety issues. Sponsored by Extru-Tech.

How to keep your extrusion zone Salmonella free

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We offer some sanitizing/sterilization tips from our first-ever scientific validation of a production scale extruder killing Salmonella while in production of a low-moisture dry expanded pet food. This article is Part 1 of a multi-article series that focuses on the ADP (Aseptic Dual Preconditioner) or the legacy DCC (Dual Conditioning Cylinder.)

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Walmart VP calls for conversation about pet food safety

The pet food industry needs to have a 'bigger conversation about pet food safety,' said Frank Yiannas, vice president of food safety for Walmart. 'There are no silver bullets or easy answers.' Yiannas delivered the opening session, '21 st century pet food safety,' at Petfood Forum Asia 2016 on March 30 at the Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Centre in Thailand.

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Detailing sanitization procedure for the extruder

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Part Two of “How to keep your extrusion zone Salmonella free”

It is important to understand that these scientifically validated sanitation procedures and steps were as important in the kill step validation study as were the scientific procedures needed to validate the extrusion kill step.

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How to reduce risk when processing fresh meat pet foods

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Learn how to overcome the common hurdles of using high percentages of fresh meat in the manufacturing of ultra-premium pet food.

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Raw pet food sales are booming, but are the products safe?

Along with serving grain-free, organic and all natural foods to their cats and dogs, more Americans are dishing out raw food to their pets. In the past year, retail sales of raw freeze-dried dog and cat food jumped 64%, from $25 million to $40 million, and sales of raw frozen pet food jumped 32% from $52 million to $69 million, according to GfK, a market research firm.

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How critical is pet food safety?

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The short answer is very. Assuring safety in the petfood industry is critical at all levels: producers, manufacturers and consumers. We are all responsible for the welfare of our respective clients. If we do not focus on the hot topics regarding petfood safety, we risk losing business, credibility and customer trust and being subject to increased government oversight and regulation. 

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Kill step validation of low-moisture extrusion

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With product recalls as one of the foremost concerns of the food and feed markets, manufacturers continue to refine programs to reduce microbiological contamination and to ultimately kill pathogens, such as Salmonella. While others have tried to prove validation of the extrusion process without using an extruder, we took a different approach and set up a real-world manufacturing process.

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The challenges of extruding high-meat pet food

As the specialty pet food market continues to grow, consumer desires are becoming increasingly specific. No longer are 'organic' and 'natural' the only buzzwords pet owners want to see; instead, the segments of the superpremium pet food world are constantly expanding. High-meat pet foods are among those segments.

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