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Pet Food Packaging

Latest pet industry packaging trends for canned and pouch wet and dry dog and cat food, pet treats and pet products.

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Petfood Forum Europe 2015 offers latest petfood research

Exclusive conference provides cutting-edge knowledge and studies on nutrition, petfood ingredients, safety, processing and more
Petfood professionals from Europe and around the world can learn the latest petfood data and information during Petfood Forum Europe 2015.
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2015 petfood packaging trends

Consumer convenience is key to producing the top packaging products
More and more potential customers are looking for that perfect bag of dog or cat food, and are willing to spend the money to get it. But what does that perfect bag look like?
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Topeka to provide incentives to Big Heart for plant expansion

US$42 million expansion would add 70,000-square-foot packaging plant, more jobs
The Joint Economic Development Organization of Topeka, Kansas, USA, voted unanimously on February 11 to approve “Project Blue Sky,” which will offer incentives of up to US$166,760 to Big Heart Pet Brands to expand its petfood production plant in the city.
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Barkworthies to unveil extensive new branding

New logo, advertising, packaging and website to be presented on March 1
Barkworthies plans to unveil extensive branding efforts, including updates to its logo, advertising, packaging and website, on March 1.
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Read the April issue of Petfood Industry!

April 2015

The April 2015 issue of Petfood Industry looks at different pet food markets around the world. Read about Sojos, a US company which aims to transform the lives of pets through raw pet food. As these specialized diets become increasingly popular in the dog and cat food markets, learn how such trends are carrying over into bird and small animal food. Plus, see how pet food companies in Russia are reacting and reconsidering production strategies in the wake of rising prices due to exchange rate fluctuations.

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