As in recent editions of The Extru-Technician, this issue continues a focus on food safety within extrusion-based manufacturing. In this issue we want to consolidate previously shared information to assist our readers, specifically those with existing petfood manufacturing facilities, in their efforts to deal with the legacy facility design and legacy equipment challenges and how they might be managed.
A strong belief persists in the pet food industry that dry pet foods with high meat inclusion cannot be extruded on a single screw extruder.
Globally the pet food market dominated by the US, but what about the rest of the world? Drawing on GfK's point-of-sale (POS) databases around the globe, we'll explore the pet food trends driving sales the UK, France, Spain, China, and South Africa vs. the US.
Pet food sales in Mexico increased 13.7 percent in 2015 to MXN42.6 billion (US$2.28 billion), making Mexico among the top 10 pet care markets globally. To meet the needs of that booming market, representatives from Petfood Industry magazine have announced a new addition to the Petfood Forum portfolio of events.
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 Tim Wall
In 2020, pandemic driven demand alternative pet market, reducing owner preparation and diligence as people scramble to buy what puppies they could, without investigating the source, or even seeing the young dog.
By Debbie Phillips-Donaldson
Issues with pet food transportation have contributed to higher costs in supply chain disruptions.