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Filipino lawmaker files petfood ingredient bill

Rep. Narciso Santiago III has filed the Pet Food Additive Information Bill, or House Bill 7059, which would require petfood producers to list the ingredients and additives in their product on the packaging, according to the Philippine Daily...
Rep. Narciso Santiago III has filed the Pet Food Additive Information Bill, or House Bill 7059, which would require petfood producers to list the ingredients and additives in their product on the packaging, according to the Philippine Daily Inquirer.
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Norwegian petfood market report available

Norwegian petfood market report available 2009-12-28 Research and Markets has announced the release of its Pet Food and Pet Care Products in Norway market report. The report covers dog food, cat food, other petfood and pet care products and ...
Norwegian petfood market report available 2009-12-28 Research and Markets has announced the release of its Pet Food and Pet Care Products in Norway market report. The report covers dog food, cat food, other petfood and pet care products and provides retail sales data from 2003 to
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Rachael Ray announces Mutt Madness winner, runner-up

TV cook show host Rachael Ray named the Angel's Gate Hospice & Rehabilitation Home for Animals the winner in her first annual Mutt Madness Awards Program, a program set up to benefit pet charities from the sale of her Nutrish petfood line.
TV cook show host Rachael Ray named the Angel’s Gate Hospice & Rehabilitation Home for Animals the winner in her first annual Mutt Madness Awards Program, a program set up to benefit pet charities from the sale of her Nutrish petfood line.
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Wellness offers low-calorie petfood

Petfood manufacturer Wellness now offers low-calorie food for both overweight cats and dogs.
Petfood manufacturer Wellness now offers low-calorie food for both overweight cats and dogs.
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Veterinarians confirm first US canine case of H1N1

A 13-year-old dog in White Plains, New York, USA, is the first US canine to be confirmed as having the H1N1 strain of influenza.
A 13-year-old dog in White Plains, New York, USA, is the first US canine to be confirmed as having the H1N1 strain of influenza.
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Petfood companies participate in Romer Labs survey

Romer Labs, a company that specializes in diagnostic solutions for food and feed safety, conducted its first Check-Sample Survey in November with its Brazilian subsidiary. 
Romer Labs, a company that specializes in diagnostic solutions for food and feed safety, conducted its first Check-Sample Survey in November with its Brazilian subsidiary.
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UK sees increased gourmet, seasonal sales

UK petfood manufacturers reported an increase in demand for their gourmet food ranges as well as seeing a seasonal surge in purchases of special snack treats for animals, according to Financial Times.
UK petfood manufacturers reported an increase in demand for their gourmet food ranges as well as seeing a seasonal surge in purchases of special snack treats for animals, according to Financial Times.
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French scientist explains the effects of DON

Mycotoxin intestinal absorption - specifically the effects of DON on the gastrointestinal tract - is the subject of one of the latest videos on Biomin's Mycotoxin Channel on YouTube.
Mycotoxin intestinal absorption – specifically the effects of DON on the gastrointestinal tract – is the subject of one of the latest videos on Biomin’s Mycotoxin Channel on YouTube.
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Purina launches new ad promoting nutrition

Nestlé Purina launched a new documentary-style ad for Friskies via YouTube that depicts a cat named Bobo as he runs and climbs walls in Barcelona, Spain.
Nestlé Purina launched a new documentary-style ad for Friskies via YouTube that depicts a cat named Bobo as he runs and climbs walls in Barcelona, Spain.
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Hartz seeks input on shelter donations

The Hartz Mountain Corp., a US company offering pet supplies and treats, has agreed to donate US$3 million worth of its products to animal shelters in the US and Canada.
The Hartz Mountain Corp., a US company offering pet supplies and treats, has agreed to donate US$3 million worth of its products to animal shelters in the US and Canada.
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