|Statement||prepared by R. Hackett.|
|Series||A Morton report|
|Contributions||Morton Research Corporation.|
|LC Classifications||HD9340.U52 H32|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||210 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||210|
|LC Control Number||78102425|
Pet Food Politics is a first class example of investigative journalism exposing one of the challenges of globalization of our food supply. It's required reading for anyone who wants to understand the implications of globalization and the importance of quality control in all our foodAllen M. Schoen, MS, DVM, author of Kindred Spirits: How the Remarkable Bond Between Humans and Animals Can Cited by: BERKELEY, Calif., Oct. 23, /PRNewswire/ -- The pet food industry has some dirty secrets, and they may actually be damaging our pets and our planet. In an explosive new book, now available on. About the Book. Marion Nestle, acclaimed author of Food Politics, now tells the gripping story of how, in early , a few telephone calls about sick cats set off the largest recall of consumer products in U.S. history and an international crisis over the safety of imported goods ranging from food to toothpaste, tires, and follows the trail of tainted pet food ingredients back to. A new book is about to peel back the curtain on the multi-billion global pet food market, tackling issues such as pet food recalls, pet food regulations (or lack thereof), ingredients and overseas slave labor. “Big Kibble: Hidden Dangers of the Commercial Pet Food Industry and How to .
Set to be published Dec. 1st by St. Martin’s Press, the book offers an inside look at the shocking lack of regulation within the pet food industry, and how readers can dramatically improve the quality of their dogs’ lives through diet. The commercial pet food industry—Big Kibble—is big business: $75 billion globally. Discover the pulse of the global pet food market from Petfood Industry Editor-in-Chief Debbie Phillips-Donaldson’s column “Something to Chew On,” which features opinions, analysis and commentary you won’t find anywhere else. Topics include dog and cat food nutrition, packaging and marketing trends. Register for free to access premium. The pet store market in the United States is a highly concentrated industry with two companies, PetSmart and PetCo, accounting for nearly half of the market in For both dry dog food . Petfood Industry is THE resource for pet food and pet treat manufacturing professionals worldwide.A digital edition option is available. A diverse audience across multiple job functions turn to Petfood Industry for market expertise, exclusive research, and top company data to stay informed and competitive in the fast-growing industry.
assalve/E+ / Getty Images. Published by H.H. Backer, the Chicago-based company founded in that also presents trade shows, this trade magazine for the pet shops industry contains articles about everything from pet products to marketing and management tips, healthcare advice, legislation and business ideas.. The magazine also contains interesting general interest stories about . I believe the term “junk pet food,” which is the phrase I use to describe commercially manufactured pet food, was coined by Australian veterinarian Dr. Tom Lonsdale. He’s the author of two books about raw feeding for pets, entitled Work Wonders and Raw Meaty Bones. In , The Pet Food Institute (a group of pet food industry lobbyists) launched a series of ad campaigns to convince consumers that commercially prepared dog food was the only option to feed. The campaigns were hugely successful in convincing the American public that their dogs’ diets should be kibble-based and were reminiscent of the early. Book Giveaway For Big Kibble: The Hidden Dangers of the Pet Food Industry and How to Do Better by Our Dogs. Big Kibble: The Hidden Dangers of the Pet Food Industry and How to Do Better by Our Dogs. by. Shawn Buckley. Release date: