Pet Food Ingredients / Pet Food Safety / Pet Food Processing
on February 1, 2013

Controlling Salmonella in dry petfood

New research shows promise for preventing recontamination after extrusion with sodium bisulfate, an ingredient already used in many petfoods

["Every manufacturer is looking for a safety net.", "Microbiologists call it the proton motive force.", "In its dry form, sodium bisulfate will not react with kibble, allowing it to remain active until consumption. "]

With pending regulations from the Food Safety Modernization Act likely to affect the production of petfood…

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