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Would you like to broaden your knowledge about pet health and the important role of beneficial ingredients in pet food applications? Our white papers are composed with great care to provide you with the latest insights on pet food trends, benefits and in-depth specifics. Our available white papers are listed below. If you are interested in a subject that is not yet listed, please feel free to contact us for information.

September 08 2020

Seaweeds as a rich source of prebiotic dietary fibers and important nutrients for pet food

Seaweeds are unique ingredients that offer a number of health benefits for pets, such as cats and dogs. The most important property of these marine macroalgae is their very high...

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June 15 2020

Full-fat krill meal: excellent natural source of nutrients for pet food

Pets need a well-balanced diet for optimal health. Antarctic krill is a functional, sustainable and traceable MSC-certified marine ingredient that combines a number of important nutrients. Processed into full-fat krill...

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April 07 2020

The benefits of insoluble cellulose fibers as an ingredient in pet food

Dietary fibers are now increasingly recognized as an important functional ingredient in pet food. A healthy diet for pets, such as cats and dogs, contains a mix of both soluble...

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February 07 2020

Choosing the right omega-3 source for optimal pet health

Omega-3 fatty acids (ALA, EPA and DHA) offer a range of health benefits to both humans and pets, such as cats and dogs. To achieve this, the pet food industry...

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October 24 2019

GOS prebiotic pet food ingredient stimulates a healthy gut

The use of prebiotics is a significant trend in the food and pet food industry. Prebiotics support the natural defence barrier by increasing and stimulating ‘good’ microflora in the gastrointestinal...

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August 27 2019

Taurine supplements as a potential solution for diet-associated DCM

In 2018, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) started investigating a potential link between increasing numbers of canine dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) and certain pet foods. Current research suggests that,...

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