Pet Food Processing

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New Royal Canin, EUKANUBA plant will conserve water, energy

Architects designed the pet food manufacturing plant to meet Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) standards, a certification program for ecologically conscious building design.

Architects designed the pet food manufacturing plant to meet Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) standards, a certification program for ecologically conscious building design. 


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Simmons Pet Foods continues expansion, plans 3 lines in AR

Simmons Pet Foods plans to expand its Siloam Springs, Arkansas, USA production facility, reported local Fox affiliate KNWA.
The expansion will add 90,000 square feet with three production lines. The pet food facility will add 150 jobs, and completion is planned for fall of this year.
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Map of 31 US dog, cat, other pet food production plants

From American Nutrition’s plant in Woodland, Washington to Sunshine Mills in Dublin, Georgia, those pet food producers appear in the map embedded below.
Petfood Industry’s Top Companies Current Data includes 31 pet food and treat production facilities with addresses listed in the United States.
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Extrude, dry and coat pet foods for artisanal appearance

Tweaking the extrusion, drying and coating of pet foods offers options for brands to mass produce a product resembling one crafted in a home kitchen.
Pet food producers can adjust aspects of the production process, including extrusion, drying and coating, to fine-tune the look of finished kibble and treats.
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