Most pet food products have a “moisture sweet spot” – an ideal range
that maximizes quality and profit while keeping the product safe from mold and
microbes. Water activity is the best way
to find that sweet spot – and monitor to make sure you always produce to that
specification. Brady Carter,...
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Date of Event: Dec 09, 2014
Regardless of the size of your business, you can protect yourself from mycotoxin risks and meet customers' demand for high quality products. An archive of "Best practices for sampling and testing of mycotoxins" webinar is now available to view. Original broadcast on July 17, 2012, this webinar is s...
Date of Event: Jul 17, 2012
View this informative webinar that will review current industry challenges regarding Microbial Contamination. Industry experts will review prerequisite programs and supplier COA’s, discuss the control of the post-extrusion environment, and much more. What You'll Learn:Validation of Critical Control ...
Date of Event: Sep 19, 2012
A key to real success in the petfood industry is getting your product on the shelf and keeping it there. The best product in the world may not even make it to the marketplace if its labeling runs afoul of regulators. Thus, it is vital for today's manufacturer to remain informed as to petfood labelin...
Date of Event: Dec 04, 2012
This webinar will focus on the importance of focusing on safety and quality within your facility as well as in your upstream supply chain. By paying attention to these important areas around preventive controls, imports and product tracking you will be in a good place to implement new regulatory req...
Date of Event: Dec 11, 2012
This webinar will introduce a proven methodology for understanding and using operational data. For some it will be a starting point for further studies. For others it will be the catalyst that changes the way they make decisions and interpret data when manufacturing petfood and pet treats.What You'l...
Date of Event: Mar 28, 2013
This webinar will equip pet food manufacturers and ingredient suppliers to design effective mycotoxin monitoring programs for either quality control (QC), HACCP, or Regulatory Compliance. Learn how the most common mycotoxins threaten pet foods, their risks to animal health, and the latest technology...
Date of Event: Aug 06, 2013
The 2013 corn crop has been under significant stress; as a result the overall quality is a concern to livestock and poultry producers. In this free webinar, Biomin and Romer Labs will discuss quality findings and possible effects to livestock and poultry.Following the presentation, the speakers will...
Date of Event: Nov 19, 2013
This webinar will focus on the information and challenges involved with the selection and validation of microbiological diagnostic platforms for the detection of bacterial pathogens (Salmonella) in pet food ingredients, the processing environment and finished products. The food industry has demande...
Date of Event: Nov 22, 2013
The webinar shall cover sources, points of cross-contamination and re-contamination of Salmonella in pet food processing environments; introduce Advanced Oxidation Technology, a novel strategy; as a part of an integrated approach to control this bacterium in pet food manufacturing facilities. What Y...
Date of Event: Dec 12, 2013
Most pet food products have a “moisture sweet spot” – an ideal range that maximizes quality and profit while keeping the product safe from mold and microbes. Water activity is the best way to find that sweet spot – and monitor to make sure you always produce to that specification. WHAT YOU’LL LEARN...
Date of Event: Jan 15, 2014
A happy animal requires a healthy framework. Poor bone
health can have a domino effect on pets’ overall health. Learn how to support a
healthy animal framework with a unique calcified multi-mineral matrix while
also providing unique organoleptic properties which may help enhance palatability
Date of Event: Apr 17, 2014
The adage in journalism has always been “follow the money,”
but the business wisdom in the pet nutrition industry might be “follow the
human.” More than ever, people buying natural and organic for their table are
buying natural and organic for their pets. In today’s rapidly growing natural
Date of Event: Oct 15, 2014
Based on current
product developments with high meat inclusion/no grain recipes and related
successes using the single screw extruder to make successful commercial
products, it is believed this topic will be of high interest. Due to the
strategic aspect to marketing future products in this form...
Date of Event: Nov 10, 2014
Petfood formulation: how to maximize protein, minimize cost
Using re-work in petfood processing to save money, ensure safety
Petfood labels: understanding ingredient weights to set the ingredient order
Petfood extrusion processing: how to control the dry feed rate
How to know if functional petfood ingredients will work
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