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Pet Dietary Patterns Mirror Owners' Habits
11/15/2018 By Jeannie Swedberg
Recently, I attended the 2018 Petfood Research and Development Showcase in the Little Apple—Manhattan, Kan. (Home to Kansas State University and AIB International, as well as a great little ‘foodie’ scene.) The theme of the Petfood R&D Showcase was treats, toppers and inclusions. While there was lots of market and trend info shared, the best part was a ... Read More
The Ins and Outs of Industrial Filtration
10/19/2018 By Becky Douglas
When you demand purity, filtration is a great technology that helps to get the job done. From maintaining incoming water quality specifications to separating materials into refined component streams, filtration is relied upon for providing high yield purification without damaging delicate beneficial compounds.
Pet Food Packages Get a Humanized Make Over
10/5/2018 By Jeannie Swedberg
Stale, over-sized bags of pet food, move aside – there are new players in town. Pet’s are people too! Well, sort of. And pet owners want to treat their pets like part of the family. Pet owners are much more likely to buy food they believe is more nutritious, fresher, and tastier for their pets. That means food with a more appetizing texture (wet food), natural ingredients or including specialty foods.
1st Tree Top Innovation Fair finds added benefits
9/26/2018 By Debbie Flores
When we decided to hold our 1st innovation fair, it was with the goal of sharing some blue-sky ideas and accomplishments with other team members, and receive input on our newly created formulations. Tree Top's R&D team had a great time and received an overwhelming positive response to our newest formulations. See what the favorites were.
The Female Farmer Project
8/22/2018 By Jeannie Swedberg
One of my colleagues told me she was impressed when she heard the founder of The Female Farmer Project, Audra Mulkern, speak at a recent conference about women in agriculture. Because I often interact with our Tree Top farmers—both men and women—I was intrigued enough to poke around a bit and find out more about the project.
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