Pet Food Extrusion

How to boost profits by looking at moisture in pet food

Pet food manufacturers can find opportunities for improvement in their production process by looking closely at the drying step.
Pet food manufacturers track maintenance costs and sometimes energy costs, but rarely do they track the costs associated with over drying. Frequently, the dryer isn’t even considered until yields are visibly reduced. The good news is a pet food manufacturer can easily find opportunities to make improvements just by looking closely at the drying step. The return can be especially high. 
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New event brings pet food extrusion advances to Mexico

Petfood Technology Workshop Mexico on December 5-6 offers hands-on demonstrations for pet food producers
Pet food producers in growing Mexican market can learn new extrusion technology and other pet food innovation techniques at Petfood Technology Workshop
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Ensuring pet food safety using extruder technology

A focus on pet food safety within extrusion-based manufacturing and running high meat diets with this equipment. Sponsored by Extru-Tech.
A focus on pet food safety within extrusion-based manufacturing and running high meat diets with this equipment. Sponsored by Extru-Tech.
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Mexican pet food industry served by upcoming workshop

The Petfood Technology Workshop Mexico will take place December 5 – 6, 2016, at the University of Baja California in Mexico.
Pet food sales in Mexico increased 13.7 percent in 2015 to MXN42.6 billion (US$2.28 billion), making Mexico among the top 10 pet care markets globally. To meet the needs of that booming market, representatives from Petfood Industry magazine have announced a new addition to the Petfood Forum portfolio of events.
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Novel proteins can fight pet obesity

Novel proteins often have lower calorie and fat contents than conventional protein sources.
Novel proteins can fight the pet obesity epidemic, suggests Mark J. Mendal, founder of Pet Proteins, in this video from Petfood Forum 2016. Novel proteins, such as venison, often have lower calorie and fat contents than conventional protein sources, such as beef.
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Pet food, treat pros interactive workshops announced

Pet treat and food workshops have similar names, different content
On August 8, the IGP Institute at Kansas State University will conduct the Pet Food Workshop. A month later, the Petfood Innovation Workshop and K-State Pet Food Experience will take place September 13 to 15.
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