Raw Cat and Dog Food

Raw dog and cat food is a small but quickly growing category as ancestral, high-protein and fresh meat diets continue to appeal to pet owners looking to customize their pet’s specific nutritional needs. Read the latest high-pressure processing research and methods, safety issues and nutritional information.


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Automated dog food cooker preps dehydrated meals

Next year, European pet owners may be feeding their dogs with a machine that moistens, warms and serves dehydrated dog foods.
In the age of Roombas and Keurigs, a dog food cooking and dispensing device attempts to bridge that gap between convenience and fresh.
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4 pet food trends post-COVID: type, retail, package, value

The humanization of pets and their expanded role as companions during the pandemic may act as a bulwark against pet owners lowering their quality standards.
A panel of pet food industry professionals discussed how the COVID-19 pandemic would affect dog, cat and other pet food market trends, along with other prevailing movements in consumer demand.
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Benyfit raw beef dog food recalled in UK for Salmonella

Benyfit Natural Pet Food Ltd. recalled several types of frozen raw dog food products containing beef because the products might contain Salmonella, according to the United Kingdom’s Food Standards Agency.
These products have been sold by various independent pet food stores in the UK and online.
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Carnivora raw pet food recalled in Canada for E. coli

As of the recall date, the company had been made aware of four reports of illnesses in Canada. Approximately 1,803 units of the affected product were sold in Canada.
On June 12, Canadian health officials announced the recall of Carnivora Fresh Frozen Patties for Dogs and Cats. The recalled pet food may be contaminated with Escherichia coli O157 (E. coli) and there is risk of cross contamination and illness after handling the pet food.
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Aliments Mackenzie acquired Karnivor raw pet food brand

Quebec, Canada-based natural pet food company Aliments Mackenzie acquired the brand Karnivor.
Aliments Alternatifs 2000 inc. and its registered brand Karnivor were founded in 1999 with the mission of providing animals with food adapted to their physiology and that aligns with their carnivorous nature.
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