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November 09 2021Download whitepaper
In the coming years, as global protein demand grows rapidly, the pet food market will be confronted by an animal and marine protein deficiency. This creates an increasing demand for alternative non-animal proteins. Likewise, more and more pet parents are turning to vegan pet food for their cats and dogs, which is entirely produced from plant-based, natural ingredients without any trace of animal-based raw materials. Both of these trends require plant-based alternative ingredients and supplements which ensure that the nutrient requirements of the animal are met by animal/plant-based or vegan diets.
In the latest white paper by Geert van der Velden, IQI Trusted Petfood Ingredients’ Innovation Manager, he discusses the considerations of finding the right ingredients for nutritious hybrid plant/animal-based or vegan pet food applications.
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