Clean Label Kibble: Formulating PetFood With Natural Colors

Pet owners want the best diet possible for their furry friends – and that means using ingredients that they recognize and understand. Formulating petfood with natural colors is a great way to simplify labels for dry kibbles, gravies, and baked treats so consumers can feel good about what they’re feeding their pets! In this presentation, we’ll take you through the ins and outs of using natural colors and simple label browns that’ll help make your petfood worth drooling over.

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About the Presenter:

Katie Rountree

Senior Application Scientist for DDW, The Color House in Louisville, KY. Mixing up naturally colorful solutions with a technical twist for over 8 years. BS in Food Science and Human Nutrition, MS in Food, Nutrition, and Culinary Sciences, both from Clemson University. Proud dog mom who loves spoiling her Havanese, Parker.

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