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INGREDIENTS
" All of our ingredients have a significantly lower environmental
impact than conventional alternatives, "
said Jay Granfield, sales manager, North America for
Duynie Ingredients. " The carbon footprint, water footprint
and land use are lower because the raw materials
are co-products from the food industry and are dried
with residual heat from a nearby bio-energy plant. Using
our ingredients in pet food formulations results in more
sustainable pet food and contributes to pet food manufacturer's
sustainability goals. "
The company's dehydrated potato ingredients, for
Upcycled
ingredients are
healthful, nutritious
foods and
ingredients that are
being repurposed
in human and pet
foods instead of
becoming food
waste.
Duynie Ingredients
" The change included a callout on the front stating
'Made with upcycled spent grain,' " McCarron said.
" There's an explanation on the back about how and why
we upcycle from our favorite local breweries. "
Three Dog Bakery LLC, Kansas City, Mo., uses imperfect
human bread to make its Super Rewards with
Superfoods treats. Varieties are Blueberry Cobbler,
Orchard Apple Pie and Pumpkin Cranberry Crumble.
" The upcycled bakery products begin at a nationally
Phelps Pet Products'
Table Scraps brand
features the Upcycled
Food Association
certification seal on
its packaging.
Phelps Pet Products
recognized family bread bakery as a sandwich bread, baguette
or roll that does not meet the baker's high visual
standards, " said Marella Oviedo, chief marketing and
innovation officer. " These visually imperfect breads are
then transferred to the Three Dog Bakery pet treat plant
where they are ground down into a fine flour defined by
AAFCO as 'dried bakery product.' We don't use products
with sugar. "
Hofseth BioCare, Chicago, is a zero waste, carbon
neutral company producing salmon oil, marine calcium,
marine protein and salmon meal for use in pet food.
" We source the vast majority of our raw material
from our sister company, Hofseth International, which
is a leader in salmon fillet exports from Norway, " said
Bill Lowe, president, North America,
Hofseth BioCare. " Our salmon oil is
produced from fresh salmon off-cuts,
such as the head, backbone and skin.
Through this process, we now use
100% of the salmon and make sure
that nothing goes to waste. "
The salmon oil ingredient contains
21 fatty acids, natural antioxidants
and lipo-peptides, all of which are
beneficial to pets. The product is fully
traceable, from the moment the salmon
leaves the water to the packaged oil.
Duynie Ingredients is a plant-based
upcycled ingredient manufacturer for
the pet food industry based in The
Netherlands.
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" There's an explanation
on the back about how
and why we upcycle
from our favorite local
breweries. "
Katie McCarron, Portland Pet Food Co.
" Our dehydrated carrot ingredients are released during
the processing of food-grade carrots for the human
food industry, " Granfield said. " All carrot ingredients
come from local vegetable processors. We focus on production
of whole carrots from top to bottom and carrot
pieces. This has a better nutritional value and it gives the
advantage that they can be declared on the packaging as
whole carrots. "
After the sugar is extracted from sugar beets, what remains
is a high-quality fibrous pulp. The company dries
this for use in pet foods, too.
The company provides pet food manufacturers with
Life Cycle Assessments (LCA) for each ingredient. This
is a process of evaluating the effects that a product has
on the environment over its entire lifespan.
" We provide this to our customers and they can use
this information to calculate the LCA of their pet food
and display this on their package, " Granfield said. " The
fact that upcycled ingredients are used as ingredients in
pet food is positive for sustainability. Using upcycled ingredients
allows for greater sustainability by saving water,
energy and land, as a result of using human food ingredients
that were safe for humans but didn't meet the
specification of the processor. "
PFP
example, are derived from manufacturing French fries,
crisps, potato flakes and potato starch. Potato ingredients
provide texture and structure to form the kibble.
They are easily tolerated and digestible, as well as nutritious
and healthy for dogs and cats.
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