Pet Food Labeling

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Does your pet product label comply with the new AAFCO calorie statement regulations?

The grace period has ended for amendments enacted in 2013, and now is the time to ensure compliance.
In January 2013, the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) enacted amendments to Model Regulation PF9 regarding calorie content statements on dog and cat food labels. While AAFCO recommended a grace period for state enforcement, as of June 2015 that period has ended for any newly marketed products. In either case, though, it is prudent to take steps now to ensure labels conform to the new labeling requirements.
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2 new NASC websites provide information on pet supplements

NASC Seal of Quality ensures products are trustworthy
The National Animal Supplement Council (NASC) has introduced two new websites focused on people making buying decisions to help ensure confidence in the products they buy and help provide credible information to animal owners.
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