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Petfood snacks represent, nowadays, the fastest growing segment of the pet food industry, and nearly every Petfood brand include functional snacks in their product portfolio. However, despite the popularity of such products, little is known about the nutritional value of the products, and the existing opportunities for reformulation for the improvement of product quality.
AM Nutrition is Platinum sponsor of the “9th. Nordic Petfood Conference” (NPFC) taking place in Aalborg, Denmark
AM Nutrition is Platinum sponsor of the “9th. Nordic Petfood Conference” (NPFC) taking place in Aalborg, DenmarkJanne Årsvoll, Sales Director Petfood, Feed and Technical applications, AM NutritionAM Nutrition is proud to be Platinum sponsor of the “9th. Nordic Petfood...
Benchmarking of different starch sources in the manufacture of cooked sausagesLaura Gil Martens, Chief Nutritionist, R&D Manager, AM NutritionAMN Pea Starch Concentrate, both native and in pre-gelatinized form, is a functional and sustainable alternative to...
Improving the nutritional value of bakery products by inclusion of AMN Pea Protein ConcentrateLaura Gil Martens, Chief Nutritionist, R&D Manager, AM NutritionFrom American cookies to scones, from multi-seed bread to hot-dog and burger breads. AM Nutrition has...
Pea protein concentrate can be used in Wet Petfood both for protein extension purposes and as a functional ingredient due to its positive binding properties
AM Nutrition BlogJoin us at Zoomark International 2023Elsebeth Søndergaard, Chief Commercial OfficerWe are excited to participate at Zoomark International 2023, one of Europe's leading pet industry trade shows in Bologna, May 15th. – 17th. Come and meet us at stand...
Case study: Comparison of seven commercial dog wet Petfood recipes containing Pea Protein and Pea Hull Fiber as ingredients
Pea concentrates are popular ingredients used in Wet Petfood recipes.
Semi-moist dog food is a relatively new type of dog food, which is soft and chewy and does not need to be refrigerated but it requires, indeed, a stable shelf life and humidity content between 20-40% without risk of spoilage.
A successful collaborative project between Mitsubishi Corporation Life Sciences (MCLS), NISCO AS and AM Nutrition