The Impact of Rendered Protein Meal Level of Oxidation on Shelf Life and Acceptability in Extruded Pet Foods: Determining Sensory Limits for Oxidation Values

Title: The Impact of Rendered Protein Meal Level of Oxidation on Shelf Life and Acceptability in Extruded Pet Foods: Determining Sensory Limits for Oxidation Values Principal Investigator: Kadri Koppel, Kansas State University Keywords: pet food, Koppel, 2014, oxidation, quality, shelf life, dog food, beef, meat and bone meal, poultry by-product meal, consumers Year: 2014 Objective: … Continued

The impact of rendered protein meal level of oxidation on shelf life and acceptability in extruded pet foods.

Title: The impact of rendered protein meal level of oxidation on shelf life and acceptability in extruded pet foods Principle Investigator: Greg Aldrich Year: 2012 Objective: a. Determine the effect of incorporating increasing levels of oxidation in rendered protein meals used to produce extruded pet food on markers of oxidation in finished product. b. Determine … Continued

Evaluation of techniques used to extend shelf-life and methods for analysis of rendered protein meals in pet foods

Title: Evaluation of Techniques Used to Extend Shelf-life and Methods for Analysis of Rendered Protein Meals in Pet Foods Principal Investigator: Greg Aldrich, Kansas State University Keywords: 2012, Aldrich, oxidation, pett food, rancidity, oxidation, protein meals, PV, meat and bone meal, poultry by-product meal Year: 2012 Objective: To determine the efficacy of rapid methods (e.g. … Continued