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PFMA Welcomes Forthglade into Membership

PFMA Welcomes Forthglade into Membership

Devon based dog food manufacturer, Forthglade, has recently joined the Pet Food Manufacturers’ Association (PFMA)

PFMA Welcomes Forthglade into Membership

Devon based dog food manufacturer, Forthglade, has recently joined the Pet Food Manufacturers’ Association (PFMA) bringing the total membership up to 85 companies, which accounts for over 90% of the market. Forthglade have been producing natural dog food since 1971 and the range includes wet and dry dog food and treats. Gerard Lovell, Joint Managing Director of Forthglade advised: “Joining PFMA was an obvious move for us as it provides a valuable and respected network of industry colleagues, sharing best practice and knowledge. As Forthglade continues to grow, we are looking forward to becoming more involved with PFMA.” Michael Bellingham, PFMA Chief Executive, concluded: “We welcome Forthglade on board and look forward to working together.”

For more information:

Forthglade  https://forthglade.com

PFMA members: https://www.pfma.org.uk/members-of-pfma

Benefits of PFMA membership: https://www.pfma.org.uk/about-membership

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