Pet Food Ingredients / Natural / Organic Pet Food / Preservatives / Pet Food Safety
on June 11, 2012

Lactic acid: magic bullet for petfood safety?

Natural, label friendly and well liked by cats and dogs, lactic acid is relatively easy to incorporate into pet diets for controlling microbial growth

["Early examples of its use occurred in semi-moist/soft-moist petfoods nearly 50 years ago.", "From a regulatory perspective, lactic acid is approved for use in petfoods in most countries.", "It may provide some residual Salmonella control after the food has left the manufacturing environment."]

With the advent of the Food Safety

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