See the videos from Petfood Forum 2011 and Petfood Workshop: Safety First, the exclusive show for the petfood industry.
The latest information and knowledge from leading petfood industry experts in the fields of packaging, marketing, safety, nutrition, manufacturing and retailing.
Frank Yiannis, VP of food safety for Walmart, emphasizes the importance of incorporating the global food safety benchmarks in your system.
Frank Yiannis, VP of food safety for Walmart, thinks it's not only important to focus on your company's food safety program, but the prevailing food safety culture as well.
Dr. David Dzanis explains that GRAS isn't medical marijuana for dogs, but an important process in the FDA's petfood ingredient approval.
Kim Emig, Lesley Burkett, Karen Cusik and Chuck Hayden, VP of companion animal division, talk about Trouw's charitable efforts with the Greater Chicago Cavalier Rescue.
Tools like social media, search engines, credit cards and genetic fingerprinting are the future of outbreak detection, explains Frank Yiannis, VP of Walmart.
Melissa Brookshire, director of North River Enterprises, discusses where consumers are getting their perceptions of petfood and how companies can take control of their brand.
Dr. Timothy Hunt kicked off Petfood Forum this year by sharing his experiences and lessons from mushing in and serving as a veterinarian for the Iditarod.
Bob Shamblin, senior sales manager for Kemin Nutrisurance, celebrate's his company's 50th anniversary by highlighting their line of palability enhancers.
Jerry Felts of Tyson gives us the scoop on companion animal nutrition.
Robb Schaefer, executive VP of flexible packaging at CEI, explains the latest in petfood packaging innovations.
Doug Gledhill, senior scientist for AFB International, explains his innovative research on palatants that enhance the feeding experience for both the owner and pet.
Bola Oladipupo, D. A., analytical chemistry manager and team lead for AFB International, explains her research of flavor development and quality using E-nose/E-tongue technology.
Christian, Flint and Todd tell us how their sustainable DHA-Gold petfood supplement is made and how it can benefit dog's health.
Jeff Alex of DSM explains why Petfood Forum is a great place for petfood proffessionals to do business.
Each ingredient in a formula is just as important as the next and ensuring each one is safe is tantamount, says Frank Yiannis, VP of food safety for Walmart.
Dr. Trevor Faber discusses methods to determine protein quality among different sources for petfood.
Greg Griffin from Glanbia Nutritionals introduces new functional feed ingredients.
Dave Long with Exopack discusses the next generation of their packaging line.
Gordon Penman of Fischbein Company reviews their new 3-in-1 sealer.
Sarah Hines of Danisco unveils their new booth at Petfood Forum 2011.
Roger Douglas with Drying Technology, Inc. discusses moisture controls and new systems available.
Sharon of Petfood Enterprise Technologies highights pet health and new technology.
Tom Bellmore and Katie Perez of Bemis Flexible Packaging talk about innovations in packaging.
Donnie Moran of Premium Ingredients International discusses flavor and palatability trends.
Pet owners want a lot from their pet food brands. They want primary proteins that suit what they believe is best for their animal. They want grains or they don't. They want something customized, but it has to be easy to understand.
Constraints and crises, like those experienced in 2020, help drive innovation and sustainability offers context.