Publicado en 08 junio 2021
We are excited of being part of Fenagra, one of the biggest tradeshows from LATAM for the first time as Symrise!
As previous editions the event will take place in Expo Dom Pedro, Campinas/SP on May 11 & 12 2022.
The tradeshow will be the occasion to introduce you to our new organization: the unique combination of the former trusted companies Diana Pet Food, ADF, IsoNova and Schaffelaarbos, now joining forces as the Pet Food division of Symrise.
Meet our sales team and experts to discover our solutions and services addressing your needs on:
- Pet Food Palatability with SPF
- Pet Nutrition with a new brand, Nutrios, that includes Vivae health solutions
- Pet Food Protection with Videka, the joint venture between Symrise and Kalsec
Meet us booth B37!
This year will be as well the CBNA Congress where our CSR Global Manager, Aurelie De Ratuld is going talk about the development of sustainable pet food with life cycle assessment and eco-design.
Phosphorus content of cat kibbles from different geographic regions and different category of products
XXI Congresso CBNA PET | May 11th 2022 | Poster session | English + Portuguese
Phosphorus is a key nutrient that ensures cats and dogs vital functions. However, recent publications have been associating the degradation of renal function in cats with the high phosphorus content of commercial foods.
Symrise Pet Food has measured the phosphorous level of more than 250 dry cat foods from all over the world.
During CBNA poster session, Fernando will present the results of this study and put them in perspective with the phopsphorous content recommendations from NRC and FEDIAF, as well as the safety studies currently available.
How eco-design can help pet food industry players to fight climate change
XXI Congresso CBNA PET | May 12nd 2022 | Roundtable : sustainability | 17:00 - 17:40 | English
Climate change, water consumption, deforestation… There is an emergency for all governments worldwide to address environmental challenges. The Agro-Agri business sector, and especially the pet food industry, feels always more pressure from its stakeholders to limit its environmental footprint
During CBNA, Aurélie will introduce the current governmental engagements and advancements for climate change and product environmental footprint labelling. She will present the repartition of the impacts over the pet food value chain and explain how product Life Cycle Assessment and eco-design can drastically lower the ecological impacts of pet food.