American Nutrition Releases Pet Food Safety Guide

March 8, 2018

American Nutrition, a family-owned pet food manufacturer for branded companies and retailers, has released its latest guide, “Pet Food Safety: Going Above & Beyond Common Safety Practices.”

The guide, which is available for download here, provides pet food brands, retailers and manufacturers with insight on what defines a high-quality food safety program, including regulations around traceability, recall preparedness and environmental monitoring.

“Ensuring food safety is a non-negotiable,” said Steve Mills, SVP of customer brands and co-manufacturing, American Nutrition. “The safety of our pets’ food is of utmost importance, and pet parents are paying closer attention to what is going into the production of that food—and insisting on the highest of standards—than ever before. We are happy to share our knowledge with our peers in the industry with this guide and in continuing the conversation about how we can all ensure a quality, safe product that meets the needs of both consumers and the regulators simultaneously.”

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