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Pet Food Processing

Using HPP to produce clean-label raw pet foods

High-pressure processing is an effective method for creating a safe, healthy raw pet food and can help pet food companies avoid recalls to protect their reputations.
LIVE FROM PFF: High-pressure processing is an effective method for creating a safe, clean-label raw pet food and can help pet food companies avoid recalls to protect their brands.
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5 techniques for new pet food product validation

During one of the sessions at Petfood Innovation Workshop, representatives from AFB International discussed five techniques a company can use in validation of a new pet food or treat.
LIVE FROM PFF: These five techniques can help pet food companies develop new products, improve existing ones and identify problems.
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Serbian professionals attend USDA fellowship program

The IGP Institute hosted participants from Serbia for a pet food production training course.
Eight Serbian pet food industry professionals attended the USDA–Cochran Fellowship Program: Introduction to US Pet Food course on March 12–23, 2018.
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Pet food nutrition: higher education for mid-career pros

Educational institutions around the world offer classes and degree programs focused on the pet food industry.
One upcoming program at the University of Illinois – Urbana-Champaign may be ideal for pet food professionals who need expertise, but have no plans to continue in academia.
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Metal detector helps prevent contamination in pet food

Cannon Holdings is using a liquid line metal detector to prevent contamination of chicken-based slurry.
Cannon Holdings, Inc. has started using an Eriez Liquid Line Metal Detector to prevent contamination in chicken slurry for its dog and cat food lines.
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