Pet Food as Health Food Spurs Impressive Sales Gains

ROCKVILLE, Md., Sept. 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — US retail sales of dog and cat food approached $40 billion in 2021, up 15% over 2020, according to Packaged Facts’ just-released Pet Food in the US (September 2022). Over the 2017-2021 period, dog and cat food garnered a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11%.

Recent inflationary prices for pet food only partially spurred that growth. If the pet food market is not wholly proof against hard times, it’s very hardily resistant, as proven in the wake of COVID.

Double-digit sales growth in the pet food market—large and ostensibly mature as it is—is driven by ongoing product premiumization, if not “superpremiumization.” This long-running trend is currently epitomized by the success of the fresh (refrigerated/frozen) pet food category. Fresh pet food tilts toward human-grade in formulation and to direct-to-consumer (DTC) sales in distribution, albeit now trending rapidly into brick-and-mortar as

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Festivals, Celebrations And Public Holidays

Public HealthThe answer is easy – interact! In the era of modern technologies, loads of business individuals utterly forget in regards to the old-fashioned eye-to-eye interpersonal communication with potential shoppers and works at a variety of conferences, business fairs, galas, etc. However, skilled occasion planners and promoters clarify that human interplay stays one of the essential factors in company’s growth.

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New community in Hartford to provide health care and food

HARTFORD, CT (WFSB) – A new cathedral community center has opened its doors in Hartford.

It’s going to help more people in the capital city get access to healthcare and food.

This will help more people who don’t have health insurance and are food insecure.

Malta House has been serving the community with mobile vans for years.

Now that they have an actual building, they can more than double the patients they see.

“The Malta House project really gets to the heart of our mission. Our very essence which is working collaboratively and joining in projects that make life better for the poor and needy and the vulnerable,” said James Smith, General Chair of The Hartford Bishops’ Foundation.

The building will serve as the new permanent location for the Malta House of Care clinic and the Cathedral Food Pantry.

It’s located in the shadow of the Cathedral of Saint Joseph

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Free Kids’ Eye Exams, Baby Food Giveaway At Health Fest In Newark

NEWARK, NJ — The following news release comes courtesy of a Patch community member. Find out how to post announcements or events to your local Patch site.

CareSparc Community Connections’ Sustainable Health and Wellness Village Festival (SHWV) in partnership with New Jersey Give a Kid A Dream – presents New Jersey’s only comprehensive health and wellness festival featuring free eye exams and glasses for children, organic baby food giveaway, health screenings, discussions, healthy food resources, physician maternal child health, wellness workshops and more.

The SHWV will be held at three locations from 10 am to 5 pm throughout the state, starting in Newark on Friday, September 23 – Sunday, September 25. The Newark event will be held at Branch Brook Park-Prudential Center Grove and will be followed by the SHWV Festival in New Brunswick at Boyd Park on Friday and Saturday, September 30 – October 1, and in Atlantic City

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Biden Focuses on Ukraine, Food Security, Global Health at UN General Assembly

President Joe Biden addressed the UN General Assembly in New York Wednesday morning, where he highlighted US efforts to strengthen global food security, replenish the Global Fund to fight AIDS and other pandemics, tackle supply chain issues and the climate crisis.

In his speech, Biden also focused on Russia’s aggression in Ukraine.

“Russia has shamelessly violated the core tenets of the UN Charter. None more important than the clear prohibition against countries taking the territory of their neighbor by force,” Biden said about the invasion of Ukraine.

Biden pointed out that “The United States has marshalled massive levels of security assistance, humanitarian aid, and direct economic support to Ukraine. More than $25 billion to date. Our allies and partners around the world have stepped up as well.”

On Friday, US Ambassador to the UN Linda Thomas-Greenfield said that while leaders will not ignore Ukraine, the gathering will not be dominated

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Nutrition and Food Service | VA Orlando Health Care

Services provided by our outstanding team include but are not limited to:

  • Weight Management
  • Disordered Eating and Eating Disorders
  • Integrative and Functional Nutrition
  • Diabetes Management
  • Chronic Kidney Disease
  • Pregnancy and Postpartum Nutrition
  • Enteral and Parenteral Nutrition Support
  • Cardiovascular and Heart Health
  • Oncology Nutrition

Several of our dietitians have advanced practice certifications in specialty nutrition. These specialty providers have at least 2000 hours of expertise practice and successfully completed board examination. They work diligently to guarantee our departments nutritional practice continues to be innovative and evidence-based. These advanced certifications include:

Board Certified Specialist in Oncology Nutrition (CSO): Nutrition is essential to ensure Veterans with cancer remain strong and healthy. A specialist in oncology nutrition can help you create approachable strategies to maintain excellent nutrition throughout your cancer treatment.

Board Certified Specialist in Diabetes Care and Education (CDCES): The Orlando VAMC serves around 40,000 Veterans with diabetes. We have developed and

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Study suggests adding this easily available health food could impact how you age

While aging is inevitable but age-related diseases do not have to be. And as far as aging goes, diet has a huge role to play when it comes to long term impact on health. In a new study, researchers who reviewed 20 years of diet history and 30 years of physical and clinical measurements have found participants who ate walnuts early on in life showed a greater likelihood for being more physically active, having a higher quality diet, and experiencing a better heart disease risk profile as they aged into middle adulthood.

What makes walnuts so special?

Walnuts are the only tree nut that is an excellent source of plant-based omega-3 alpha-linolenic acid (2.5 grams/28g), which research shows may play a role in heart health, brain health and healthy aging, as per the report .

Walnuts are considered so nutritious that just one serving of walnuts (28g), or about a

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Cincinnati Bengals DE Sam Hubbard Foundation Gives Grant to UC Health to Address Food Insecurity

The Sam Hubbard Foundation has teamed up with UC Health and The Freestore Foodbank to support more individuals and families in the community who are suffering from food insecurity.

The Foundation has pledged and initial gift of $10,000 to UC Health’s Food is Medicine program as well as recurring annual support to help sustain and expand the program to serve even more in need.

UC Health’s Food is Medicine program has benefitted more than 2,000 people in Greater Cincinnati this year. In partnership with The Freestore Foodbank, the program supports individuals and families affected by food insecurity by providing free food, hygiene items and produce vouchers during visits to their primary care providers.

“As a native Cincinnatian and a Cincinnati Bengal, I have a deep love for my family, football and this community. I started the Sam Hubbard Foundation to serve and give back to a city that has done

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The #RawCarrotSalad TikTok Trend That ‘Balances Your Hormones’

Everybody loves a health food trend, from milk alternatives to a plant-based diet. The raw food movement goes way back, with historians suggesting that the first recorded mention of the diet goes back to the 1800s when Swiss-born Maximillian Oskar Bircher-Benner recommended eating raw apples to help with jaundice.

One of the latest food trends is the raw carrot salad, with the corresponding hashtag #rawcarrotsalad being viewed 8.1 million times on TikTok.

TikTok user Paige Nicole26, currently a student on a Holistic Hormone Specialty Program, explains in her video with over half a million views: “This [salad] has become a staple in my diet for balancing the excess estrogen that can peak at different times in my cycle.”

Paige Wilhite @_paige.nicole_

Speaking to Newsweek, Paige tells us: “The fibers in raw carrots help promote a healthy gut and intestinal function by how they are digested, which in turn, can

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Nutritionist Lovneet Batra Lists Healthy Food Habits For Good Health

Healthy Eating Habits: Adding these habits to your routine might help improve your lifestyle as well as your health.

Healthy Lifestyle: Nutritionist Lovneet Batra Lists Healthy Food Habits For Good Health

Living Healthy: Nutritionist Lovneet encourages consuming a diet rich in protein

In her recent Instagram reel, nutritionist Lovneet Batra discusses healthy food habits that can potentially help improve our well-being and promote good health. Adding these habits to your routine might help improve your lifestyle as well as health.

Through her Instagram handle, Nutritionist Batra elaborates:


Fulfilling your nutritional requirements also requires cultivating health food habits. Here are some healthy habits you can try incorporating in your routine:

1. Nutrient density

Even though calories are important, your primary concern should be nutrients, that’s what your body needs to thrive. So it’s important to make the most out of the foods we do eat. One way is by choosing more nutrient-dense foods, which provide more

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