White Paper on Mycotoxins in Petfood
The global pet food market is projected to expand at 4.20% CAGR until 2017 (Transparency Market Rsearch, 2015), this driven by consumers wanting the very best for their pets. This means high-quality nutritious food coupled with manufacturing and safety standards equivalent to those for human food. The issue of mycotoxins in raw materials has risen to the top of petfood manufacturers priorities list. The prevention of mycotoxin contamination in the grain components of animal diets is not only an essential goal, but also an immense challenge that requires the combined efforts of pet food manufacturers, their supply chain partners, and the laboratories that test their products. To help support an understanding of this challenge, Vicam have published a White paper on the topic (click here).