Pet Food Ingredients

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Scotch whisky co-product feeds algae for pet food omega-3

Leftovers from Scotch whisky distillation got another shot as nourishment for algae that scientists processed into a pet food ingredient.
Algae grown on pot ale, a co-product of the liquor industry, could replace fish as a source of omega-3 fatty acids in both human and pet food.
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Apple cider vinegar: Natural ingredient for pet foods?

Apple cider vinegar may have application for pet health and should be explored more completely to verify its benefits and possible drawbacks.
Apple cider vinegar may have application for pet health and should be explored more completely to verify its benefits and possible drawbacks in pet food formulations.
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Pet food sustainability established beyond trend level

Some in the pet food industry follow a stewardship strategy to conserve the ecosystems that support their businesses.
Pet food companies have found innovative ways to meet their obligation to the future. However, challenges remain, especially when consumer demands contradict each other.
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Step-by-step pet food production and safety essentials

“It's a really great networking opportunity, as well,” Jennifer Adolfe, PhD, said. “Lots of different people from around the world are attending the workshop today.”
Starting with ingredients, then moving to dry kibble processing to packaging and stages in between, top industry experts will help you understand the key steps and functions of each stage of product development and production – plus the all-important aspects of quality, safety and testing.
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