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PFMA Scoops Website of the Year at Prestigious Awards

The Pet Food Manufacturers’ Association (PFMA) has won ‘Website of the Year’ at the prestigious Trade Association Best Practice Awards set up to recognise, reward and promote best practice amongst UK trade associations.

The TAF (Trade Association Forum) Awards and Dinner was held in Liverpool in July as part of the International Festival for Business.    

The Awards event gives trade associations the opportunity to showcase their hard work and achievements during the last 12-18 months and PFMA has now been recognised for 2 years running for its high quality communications having won ‘Publication of the Year’ in 2013.  

Nicole Paley, PFMA Communications Manager adds: “We are absolutely delighted to have been recognised for our Communications activity but particularly for Website of the Year. Our website aims to cater for a number of different audiences from pet owners to pet professionals along with the media and other interest groups.  Over the last 12 months we have really focused on content with the ambition to be the first port of call on all pet food nutrition related matters.”

With the latest pet population and market statics, downloadable healthy pet toolkits for both pet care specialists and pet owners and guidance on pet food ingredients and labels, the website is a great resource for pet food information. Why not visit to see what tools and resources we have for you.   


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