The best friend or the dearest pet - more and more households have a four-legged companion who also wants to be looked after. When it comes to pet food*, the focus is not only on the quality of the raw materials, but also on the nutritional* effect on animal welfare. The recommended composition of pet food in terms of proteins, carbohydrates, fats, minerals and vitamins varies depending on the age and activity of the animal. Would you like to know whether your feed has an optimal nutritional profile*? We offer nutritional expert opinions for pet food for dogs and cats.
"Good for a healthy bone structure" - "The best for a shiny coat". For an advertisement of your product, such slogans are a central part of the labelling. After all, it is these short advertising statements that are supposed to influence the consumer's purchase decision and encourage him to buy your product. To ensure that you do not fall into the trap of unfair competition with these statements, we offer you the evaluation of your slogans, also in combination with the nutrients and additives contained in the pet food.
Microbiological contamination, foreign bodies or too high a concentration of regulated additives account for the majority of product recalls. Quick action is now required to keep image damage and production costs as low as possible. In addition to microbiological and wet-chemical tests, we offer rapid identification of foreign substances. Our FoodScience Centre will be happy to advise you.
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