This is a great opportunity for pet professionals to improve or refresh their knowledge of pet nutrition and feeding, pet food legislation, labelling and claims, and manufacturing techniques, with presentations from top industry experts.
The pet food industry is very mindful of the role it plays in the responsible use of resources in pet food production, including minimising, wherever possible, its environmental impact.
Today, the Pet Food Manufacturers’ Association releases its brand NEW Covid-19 Pet Survey confirming a staggering rise in pet acquisition.
September 2020: The Pet Food Manufacturers’ Association (PFMA) has published a full UK Pet Data Report 2020 making in depth data available to a wider audience for the first time.
The Pet Food Manufacturers’ Association (PFMA) has grown its membership and are delighted to welcome six new companies onboard.
To celebrate National Kitten Day (Friday 10 July), PFMA has released a new factsheet with all the guidance needed to ensure a healthy balanced diet for the nation’s kittens.
If you are a small animal vet, vet nurse, pet nutrition advisor or keeper at a re-homing centre, or work within pet food or premix manufacturing or retail, this online training course could be for you!
PFMA has transformed its highly successful residential course into a series of online webinars appealing to a wide range of pet professionals in the UK and beyond.
Celebrating its 50th birthday, PFMA launches a short film to honour the role pets play in our lives.
PFMA has welcomed in its new Chairman, Greg Van Praagh, Managing Director of Benyfit Natural, part of RPFC UK
The world of pet supplements is diverse, with a wide range of products offering all sorts of functions and benefits. But what should pet professionals advise pet owners when asked about supplements?
Celebrating its 50th Anniversary, the Pet Food Manufacturers’ Association (PFMA) announces the results of its annual pet population survey of 8000 households[i].
PFMA has developed two new factsheets focusing on the high levels of safety and standards underpinning the UK pet food industry
Engaging with garden birds is a rewarding and enjoyable activity. Let's take a look at bird food sales and market trends before and during the lockdown period.
Reopening garden centres, while prioritising safety of staff and customers, could improve the availability and supply of bird food products, contributing to the welfare and conservation of wild birds.
Whilst the products tested were selected from the Portuguese market, as this was covered in the UK press, PFMA would like to provide reassurance and guidance to UK pet owners.
Following a recent genomics study of the new Coronavirus, and a hypothesis around the role of stray dogs in initiating it, PFMA takes a look at the latest science.
Recent news reports may have left owners feeling concerned about the impact of Covid-19 on their pets. PFMA throws light on the latest science to reassure pet owners.
If you are walking someone else’s dog, the Canine Feline Sector Group, comprised of the UK’s leading pet welfare organisations, have developed some guidance to help keep everyone safe
Here are some top tips from the UKs best loved national pet charities and experts.
The body representing the UK pet food industry calls on pet owners to shop sensibly, advising there is enough pet food for all.
Sarah Hormozi, Head of Science and Education at PFMA, shares her tips on how to look after pet dogs during the current Coronavirus crisis.
As a pet owner, you may have questions about COVID-19, or the new coronavirus
Pet food retailers, vets, vet nurses and other pet professionals can now receive animal nutrition training from PFMA, while members enjoy a 50% discount.
In response to controversy around the role of carbohydrates, FEDIAF has worked with nutrition experts on its Scientific Advisory Board to develop a new factsheet about carbohydrates in dog and cat food.