BIO-CAT was featured in New Hope media’s Deep Dive on Digestive Health” in-depth article written by Peter Rejcek and Francine Schoenwetter. Here’s a snippet from the article.
For over 40 years, and now three generations, the Amano family and the Schuler family have cultivated a special relationship. Amano’s founder, Genichi Amano, created an “Amano Spirit” statement that still stands today. One of the key principles of the Amano Spirit is “Jizen” which means the spirit of giving and caring.
BIO-CAT is pleased to announce the hiring of Debbie Jackson as Regulatory Affairs Associate. Debbie comes to BIO-CAT after working in the regulatory department for over six years at Perrigo and PBM, Inc. Debbie studied Business Management at the University of Maryland. Debbie’s role will support the ongoing and ever expanding regulatory needs for BIO-CAT’s […]
At the recent Institute of Food Technologist (IFT) annual meeting in Las Vegas, Christopher Penet, vice president of BIO-CAT, assumed the role of Committee Chair for the IFT Biotechnology Division. Chris spent the previous year as Chair-Elect. His new position as committee chair is to develop and implement activities in support of the IFT overall mission and to engage members by providing education on the impact that biotechnology can have on the various roles within the food industry.
BIO-CAT will be closed Monday, July 3 and Tuesday, July 4, 2017, in observance of Independence Day. We will reopen Wednesday, July 5, 2017.
BIO-CAT recently awarded the Brian M. Huffman Memorial Scholarship to Olga Findley. In the Fall, Olga plans to attend Radford University and study Interior Design. She’s passionate about
Since the digestive systems of dogs and cats are not designed to digest those ingredients, it can put added strain on them. The high grain content of many pet foods can contribute to the growing obesity and allergy problems in pets. Those situations may be avoided with use of enzymes in pet foods or added as supplements.