In May 2018, Petfood Industry bloggers covered topic ranging from Amazon’s private label dog food to fearmongering to protein inclusion. During the same month, columnists wrote about lamb meal, insects and the popularity of natural pet foods.
Petfood Industry blogs May 2018
Pet food consumer advocates or fearmongers: you decide!
May 7, 2018 - Are pet food consumer advocates really looking out for the best interests of pet owners and their pets, or are they simply fearmongers in disguise?
Amazon takes pet food market head on, launching own line
May 7, 2018 - The launch of Amazon’s own dog food brand seems to be just the next step in the e-commerce giant’s outsize influence and designs on the pet food market.
Pet food trends at Interzoo center on sustainability
May 21, 2018 - Pet food companies exhibiting at Interzoo promoted ingredients and their sourcing, processing methods, packaging and other sustainability efforts.
Pet food protein: How much is too much?
May 29, 2018 - The pet food trend of high protein levels may not be sustainable, and research is lacking on the long-term effects on dog and cat health.
Petfood Industry columns May 2018
Insects in pet food: US regulatory challenges continue
May 9, 2018 - As the pet food industry begins to consider insects as possible protein sources, regulatory guidance continues to be inconsistent.
Natural pet food claims continue to appeal to pet owners
May 12, 2018- As pet food needs become more diverse, the reasons behind pet owners' desire for "natural" pet foods continue to evolve.
Lamb meal: Once novel, now a more mainstream commodity in pet food
May 14, 2018 - The use of lamb meal has gone from novel to everyday, but it remains a staple in the protein options for dog and cat diets when pet owners are looking for alternatives.