Pet food industry experts will present the latest information on the human-pet bond, pet food ecommerce, pet food ingredients and energy-efficient pet food drying and production flexibility during Petfood Forum Asia 2018, on March 28 in Bangkok, Thailand.
Specific topics include how to use the power of the human-pet bond to improve your pet food sales, build social networks to power your ecommerce business, save money and energy in your pet food drying process and introduce flexibility to your processing to better handle today’s pet food trends. Attendees to Petfood Forum Asia 2018 will also hear cutting-edge research on alternatives to animal protein-based palatants, the benefits to pet health of nutritional lipids and beta-glucans, and novel technologies to extract protein from sustainable, single-cell organisms.
Petfood Forum Asia will take place at the Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Centre, in conjunction with Victam Asia 2018, one of the largest agrifeed shows worldwide. Victam Asia runs March 27-29. For the full Petfood Forum Asia schedule, visit www.PetfoodForumEvents.com/Asia.
Registration for both Petfood Forum Asia 2018 and Victam Asia 2018 will soon be available. Meanwhile, early bird registration is open for Petfood Forum, the premiere event for the global pet food manufacturing and marketing industry. It provides an opportunity for pet food professionals from around the world to network, exchange ideas and do business with one another and with the industry's leading pet food manufacturers and suppliers. Petfood Forum 2018 will take place at the Kansas City Convention Center in Kansas City, Missouri, USA on April 23 -25. Petfood Innovation Workshop, a hands-on, immersive seminar, will occur the day of April 23, also in Kansas City.
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