Blogs & Columns
Debbie Phillips-Donaldson, editor-in-chief of Petfood Industry, shares her insights and opinions on all things pet food, addressing market trends as well as news and developments in pet nutrition, food safety and other hot topics for the industry.
Tim Wall, senior reporter for Petfood Industry, explores interactions among culture, media, science and pet food. Wall presents his opinions on how animal behaviors, both human and pet, influence global dog, cat and other pet food markets.
George Collings is president and founder of Nutrition Solutions (firstname.lastname@example.org) since 2005. With over forty years of experience, Collings is a uniquely board-certified nutritionist and food scientist in both animal and human sides of nutrition. Nutrition Solutions' team of experienced professionals are uniquely qualified to support new and existing nutrition businesses (pet, animal, human) with innovation and development in every phase of business.
Discover the pulse of the global pet food market from Petfood Industry Editor-in-Chief Debbie Phillips-Donaldson’s column “Something to Chew On,” which features opinions, analysis and commentary you won’t find anywhere else. Topics include dog and cat food nutrition, packaging and marketing trends. Register for free to access premium content.
David Sprinkle is the director of pet market research at Packaged Facts, a leading authority on the U.S. pet industry. He is also a frequent presenter at U.S. and international pet and veterinary conferences, as well as the author of Petfood Industry magazine’s monthly column, "Market Report."
Ryan Yamka, PhD, is founder and an independent consultant with Luna Science and Nutrition. He is board certified in companion animal nutrition by the American College of Animal Sciences and a fellow with the American College of Nutrition. Yamka calls on his extensive background in pet nutrition, and multiple years developing, formulating and launching dog and cat foods as a senior executive with leading pet food companies, to address common myths and misconceptions about pet food.