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SETTING
THE STANDARD

FOR FOOD
PROCESSING

SAFETY

INGREDIENTS

" Algae, yeasts and
fermented proteins
are just a few of the
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Wild Earth, for example, includes an array of purposeful
ingredients, such as oats, sweet potatoes, chickpeas, blueberries, pumpkin and spinach, providing dogs with antioxidants,
enzymes, fibers, minerals and vitamins. These compounds
are critical to the health and wellness of not only companion
animals but humans as well.
Unfortunately, a lot of fruits and vegetables grown for human consumption become waste because they are overripe,
bruised or don't meet the consumer's standards. For this
reason, Kemin Nutrisurance, Des Moines, Iowa, is collaborating with CSS, McClellan, Calif., a company dedicated to
reducing food waste by bringing new life to unsold fruits,
vegetables and meats and converting them into valuable
products before the food perishes. The two companies aim
to develop high-quality, environmentally sustainable products that are safe, shelf-stable, tasty and nutritious for the
rapidly growing pet food market. CSS's patented Harvest to
Harvest technology enables the collection and repurposing of
recovered food from supermarkets and other food recovery
partners. Kemin Nutrisurance partners with pet food manufacturers and renderers across the globe to solve challenges
through every step of the pet food supply chain.
" Pet parents are increasingly demanding natural and
sustainable solutions for their companion animals, " said
Yannick Riou, president, Kemin Nutrisurance. " This is an
exciting step in offering our industry new solutions to address the ever-changing needs of pets and pet parents. "
James Bello, co-founder, Shameless Pets, Chicago, recognized the opportunity of turning nutritionally safe " food
waste " into pet treats when he was a corporate food buyer for
Target Corp., Minneapolis. Every week he would see the vast
amount of food that would go unused in stores. Bello founded
the company with Alex Waite, a food scientist, and in October
2018, the duo launched a line of treats that were all-natural,
grain-free and boosted with superfoods.
" Our treats are nutritionist crafted while rescuing neglected,
underused and misfit ingredients, " Bello said.
Labels identify the unique upcycled ingredients that are
in each Shameless product.
" Shameless Pets focuses on rescuing ingredients from agricultural production, post-harvest leftovers and food processing, " Waite said. " These ingredients are ridiculously tasty,
highly nutritious for your pups and have a positive impact on
the planet. "
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