Whether your petfood company requires in-house testing or third-party laboratory services, these companies can provide the expertise and knowledge to guarantee safe products for pets
There are multiple sides to the raw petfood debate, but the numbers show that companies looking to expand should not dismiss this industry niche.
From a market and safety standpoint, raw/frozen/refrigerated/freeze-dried petfoods tend to get lumped together
Concerted effort from all corners of the industry led to comprehensive feedback for FDA
Preventing trash from getting into offal trucks is an important step for processors to take to allow their renderer to continue to serve petfood markets.
Increasing numbers of humans and pets means more food scarcity. Can—and should—GMOs help?
Technology innovators staying on top of industry needs
Preparing a new petfood label in multiple languages in multiple European countries can be a confusing and frustrating task if you don't know the new regulations
The industry gathers to respond under a tight deadline and significant potential changes to their processes
Raves and rebukes for people and organizations involved in US petfood safety this year
With arguments both for and against raw petfood meeting ever-tightening FDA regulations, this industry niche must get ready to be more vigilant than ever.
An integrated program of management is the most effective way to ensure safety all along the petfood chain.
A key factor in fighting these common contaminants is knowing where the risks lie
New research shows promise for preventing recontamination after extrusion with sodium bisulfate, an ingredient already used in many petfoods
Two of the four proposed rulings that make up FSMA have been released, with the petfood ruling right behind them—are you ready?
Will impending US food safety regulations—if they ever emerge—dictate zero Salmonella?
Experts from the Iowa Grain Quality Initiative at Iowa State University summarize their research and tips
The greatest reduction of E. faecium for the inoculation levels (about 5 log) in a carbohydrate-protein meal would occur at the temperature of 81.1uC and moisture content of 28.1%
Protect against contamination by establishing an alert system, mycotoxin-specific sampling protocols and rigorous analytical methods
Unintentional mislabeling, especially with protein sources and gluten content, is not uncommon; here’s how to prevent it
How to set up a microbiological control system in a petfood plant
Beyond the Bag transparency campaign from Natura
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