Nestle Purina launches insect and plant protein pet food

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Nestle is developing pet food based on alternative protein sources in order to reduce the product's environmental impact

A new pet food line from Nestlé Purina using insects as well as plant protein from fava beans and millet is to launch in Switzerland this month, the firm announced last week, as part of the latest efforts...

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