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PFI Urges Senate Passage of Ocean Shipping Reform Act

The Pet Food Institute (PFI) thanks Senators Klobuchar (D-MN) and Thune (R-SD) for the introduction of S. 3580 (Ocean Shipping Reform Act) and urges swift passage in the U.S. Senate. This legislation, the Senate companion to a similar bill in the House, will help address a global shipping crisis that is impacting America’s exporters. Foreign […]

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Pet Food Supply Chain Disruptions

As with other sectors, U.S. pet food makers are experiencing recent supply chain disruptions while working to produce complete and balanced nutrition for America’s dog and cats. Multiple factors can impact the manufacturing, distribution and immediate retail availability of pet food, and the Pet Food Institute (PFI) is actively working to lessen the impacts on […]

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Following the Journey of Ingredient Safety

PFI’s Pat Tovey, senior director of food safety and regulatory compliance, discusses the many steps pet food producers take to ensure ingredient safety throughout the pet food manufacturing process.  As makers of sole source nutrition for pets in America and around the world, Pet Food Institute (PFI) members take seriously their commitment to producing safe […]

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Global Pet Organizations WSAVA and GAPFA Announce New Partnership To Advance and Promote Pet Wellness Around the World

As a member of the Global Alliance of Pet Food Associations (GAPFA), PFI is excited to share the following release from the international organization: Ontario, Canada and Brussels, Belgium (July 5, 2021) – Two global not-for-profit pet organizations, focused on advancing companion animal veterinary care, nutrition and responsible pet ownership, today announced they will work […]

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Dilated Cardiomyopathy (DCM)

The Pet Food Institute (PFI) and our members, who make the vast majority of pet food and treats in the United States, are committed to the health of pets and take seriously our responsibility to produce safe, nutritionally balanced dog and cat food. PFI member nutritionists, veterinarians and product safety specialists have been closely studying […]

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