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New extensive range of PFMA Fact Sheets now available

New extensive range of PFMA Fact Sheets now available

In order to promote the 'Truth about Pet Food' - a campaign launched last year, PFMA has been working hard to develop a comprehensive range of pet food- themed Fact Sheets.

These educational tools tackle and dispel many of the myths around the manufacture of pet food.  Subjects range from additives and labeling to different types of diets and understanding calories. 

To date the selection includes ten fact sheets and two posters, which are available online at pfma.org.uk/fact-sheets. 

- Ingredients

- Additives

- Labeling

- Raw Feeding

- Vegetarian Diets

- Homemade Diets

- Grain-Free Diets

- Understanding Calories

- Puppy Nutrition

- Indoor Birds

- Wild Birds Feeding (poster)

- The Importance of Hay (poster)

Nicole Paley, Communications Manager for PFMA, comments on the range: “We launched this range to meet a demand among our members and other professionals at the front line of pet care who were looking for expert guidance on a range of pet food topics.  So, whether you are a retailer looking to help a customer clarify a query about pet food labeling or a vet nurse seeking clarification on understanding calories, we have a fact sheet for you!”

ENDS

For more information, please contact Nicole Paley on 0207 379 9009 or Nicole@pfma.org.uk or fritha@pfma.org.uk

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