Insect-based Cat and Dog Food


Emerging protein sources in pet food

Insect proteins, single-cell proteins, microalgae and pulse proteins will expand our options in the future.
Insect proteins, single-cell proteins, microalgae and pulse proteins will expand pet food's options as alternative proteins gain ground.
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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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Insect age influences pet food ingredient qualities

Insect farmers may choose to harvest at a particular age or larval stage depending on the product they want to sell.
Insect-based pet food formulators may derive different nutrient profiles from a particular species by harvesting the insects at different stages of development.
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BVA urges pet owners to move to insect-based food

More insects, fewer traditional proteins in pet food could be the future for the UK’s cats and dogs
In the ongoing battle against climate change and with environmental concerns becoming greater, the British Veterinary Association (BVA) has urged the public to consider insect-based pet food for their cats and dogs.
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Insect protein industry to be worth $1.3 billion by 2025

A new market research report notes that the growth is driven by several factors, such as the shift in consumer preference.
The market is driven by factors such as the shift in consumer preference from animal protein to alternative protein such as insect protein due to the increased concerns over future sustainability, and the increased public and private support for new insect protein development projects in both developed and developing economies.
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