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PFAS pet food packaging alternative is biodegradable

PFAS garnered attention in November 2022 after the Environmental Working Group published a report documenting the chemicals’ presence on pet food packages.

PFAS garnered attention in November 2022 after the Environmental Working Group published a report documenting the chemicals’ presence on pet food packages.


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4 fruits in pet foods: apples, avocado, berries

Fruit is widely considered a cornerstone of healthy eating for people, and fruits can also be nutritious parts of dog and cat diets. However, other fruits can be deadly to dogs and other pets.

Fruit is widely considered a cornerstone of healthy eating for people, and fruits can also be nutritious parts of dog and cat diets. However, other fruits can be deadly to dogs and other pets.


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5 steps for sustainable pet food brand strategies

Developing a sustainability plan can help a pet food company focus their efforts to truly benefit both the environment and the bottom line, while avoiding ineffectual or insincere projects.

Developing a sustainability plan can help a pet food company focus their efforts to truly benefit both the environment and the bottom line, while avoiding ineffectual or insincere projects.


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Dog, cat adoptions from US shelters up slightly in 2022

In 2022, various factors created challenges for pet owners. Nevertheless, the United States remained the world’s largest market for dog, cat and other pet foods.

In 2022, various factors created challenges for pet owners. Nevertheless, the United States remained the world’s largest market for dog, cat and other pet foods.


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Grant may help Purina expand plant in North Carolina, USA

The United States Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) awarded a US$1.5 million grant to the city of Eden, North Carolina, USA to boost capacity for business growth by renovating the Eden sewer treatment facility.

The United States Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) awarded a US$1.5 million grant to the city of Eden, North Carolina, USA to boost capacity for business growth by renovating the Eden sewer treatment facility.



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