Pet Food and Animal Feed: New Opportunities and Updates

The workshop runs from 10:30am - 12:00pm AEDT*

* AEDT is Australian Eastern Daylight Savings Time

Have you considered expanding or developing the growing market for pet foods and animal feeds? FoodLegal can arm you with the skills you need.

Maybe you are a food business with waste reduction opportunities that can help feed a new market?

Maybe you are looking to expand your existing animal and pet food opportunities but want an update on some of the regulatory issues?

FoodLegal’s 90-minute workshop will provide the answers for existing and new businesses and opportunities.

This workshop will help answer:

  •  To what extent can food byproducts be repurposed into animal feed or pet food?
  •  Product development opportunities and issues to consider
  •  Regulatory framework for pet foods and animal feeds
  •  At what point is APVMA registration required?
  •  Manufacturing and product safety standards issues
  •  Labelling and marketing issues

 Who should attend?:

  •   R&D
  •   Marketing
  •   QA
  •   Legal
  •   Regulatory

Numbers are limited to ensure an interactive experience.

Price is per person.

However, if you would like a team price please contact us.

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This event is held online via a provided link.