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Plant Protein Resource Center

Plant-based pet food demands are on the rise. We’ve gathered these resources to help you meet evolving plant-based consumer demands. Sponsored by Kerry
Plant-based pet food demands are on the rise. We’ve gathered these resources to help you meet evolving plant-based consumer demands. Sponsored by Kerry.
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Circadian rhythm pet foods: untapped human trend?

Unlike most human food trends, the pet food industry doesn’t seem to have absorbed the circadian diet yet.
Pet owners now feed their pets the same foods morning and night, often day after day. Could specific formulations address pets’ daily metabolic changes while forging new ranges of time-specific dog, cat and other pet foods?
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Insects accepted, but best unseen in U.S. pet food

U.S. residents stated they were more willing to try feeding their pets a product made with insect flour than dried whole insects.
Pet owners in the U.S. may be ready to accept those insect-based pet foods and treats. Presentation may be crucial, unsurprisingly.
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Pet Food Institute urges factual DCM messages from FDA

PFI urges fact-based messaging around DCM.
PFI member nutritionists, veterinarians and product safety specialists have been studying dilated cardiomyopathy to better understand whether there is a relationship between DCM and diet in dogs not genetically predisposed to the disease.
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