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Active, luxury, comfort human trends in new pet foods

Active-lifestyles, healthy indulgences, affordable luxury and comfort food trends seems to have been influential on new pet food product development in the past year.
Beyond using the same ingredients, these new dog and cat products looked like items pet owners have in their own pantries or pockets.
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Mycotoxin in UK cat food not linked to blood disease

An ongoing investigation by the United Kingdom Food Standards Agency did not find a causal link between certain cat foods and more than 130 cases of feline pancytopenia.
An ongoing investigation by the United Kingdom Food Standards Agency did not find a causal link between certain cat foods and more than 130 cases of feline pancytopenia.
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Demand for organic cat food may rise through 2031

The demand for nondiscretionary and discretionary cat food products is increasing as well as cat ownership

Future Market Insights recent study shows that organic cat food may be on the rise through 2031, this comes with the growing amount of adoptions and pet humanization trends. 


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Pandemic slows kangaroo co-product dog treat shipping

The ongoing pandemic affected importation and exportation of dog treats and chews made from kangaroo organs and other co-products.
Kangaroo may seem a novel ingredients to the global pet food industry, but dogs have dined on marsupial meat and co-products for thousands of years.
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Water buffalo by-product dog treats help sustainable farms

Water buffalo by-products, such as horns, lungs and udders, can serve as novel ingredients for dog treats and chews with social benefits and lower environmental impact than other protein sources.
Water buffalo by-products, such as horns, lungs and udders, can serve as novel ingredients for dog treats and chews with social benefits and lower environmental impact than other protein sources.
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Foodomics study not meant to link peas in dog food to DCM

Business-to-consumer news media outlets have covered the research as if it found a causal relationship among certain ingredients, especially peas, and canine dilated cardiomyopathy.
Business-to-consumer news media outlets have covered the research as if it found a causal relationship among certain ingredients, especially peas, and canine dilated cardiomyopathy.
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