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Pet Insurance Market Research Report, Segment by Player, Type, Application, Marketing Channel and Global Region 2020-2025 – Insurance for Pets

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The main key players are:

Petplan Limited, Trupanion, Inc., Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company., Hartville Group Inc., Pethealth Inc., PetFirst Healthcare LLC, Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance Company of Canada, Inc., Embrace Pet Insurance Agency, LLC, Direct Line Insurance Group plc et Petsecure.

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The global pet insurance market is segmented on the basis of type, application, and region.

Based on type, the market has been segmented into:

By end user

Exotic pet
by type of policy

Lifetime Coverage Coverage
sickness cover
accident Cover
non-life Coverage
sickness cover

Global Pet Insurance Market: regional analysis

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there are only « two dynamic population centers » known in France – Insurance for Pets

In 50 years, 68% of the world’s wild animals have disappeared, according to the WWF Living Planet report. In France, three species are now threatened with extinction, including the European mink.


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A new alarm signal on the state of biodiversity: between 1970 and 2016, the populations of vertebrates, fish, birds, amphibians and reptiles fell by 68%, according to the latest Living Planet Report from WWF. Latin America and the Caribbean are the areas most affected, but in France too, three species are now threatened with extinction: the brown bear, a species of bat, and the European mink.

This animal looks like a weasel with a white muzzle and round eyes. With a curious air, he lives exclusively near marshes, rivers and streams. A protected species since the 1970s, it is now threatened with extinction in France. Only a handful remain: less than 250 according to figures from the French Biodiversity Office (OFB), and all in New Aquitaine.

If this small animal is in the process of extinction, it is because its habitat is also disappearing. In Charente-Maritime, Ingrid Marchand shows us a vast cornfield planted on a former wetland. She coordinates the European program, called Life Vison, a conservation program for the League for the Protection of Birds. « To be able to put these fields, we had to drain and dry up the environments, she explains. Automatically, we have a huge impact on the populations of species that live in these wetlands. «  The sprawl of cities also contributes to the disappearance of wetlands. Another danger: cars that crush the animal.

For a century, we have had a loss of 60% of our wetlands.Ingrid Marchandto franceinfo

The mink is also the prey of its cousin, the American mink. They are imported, are sometimes found in the wild, and pose a direct threat to European mink. « He gets eaten by a food competition, by the American mink which will use the place, explains Pascal Fournier, director of the Research and Study Group for Environmental Management. These species, when they cross, will fight. Little by little, the European mink has a slightly less important place in the territory. «  In ten years, the European mink has lost half of its territory. It has been classified as critically endangered in France for three years.

In an attempt to save the species, the Life Vison program is mainly funded by Europe, and coordinated by the League for the Protection of Birds (LPO). « We are already in the only sectors where there is mink left in France », says Romain Beaubert, researcher. « There are really two dynamic population centers, with reproduction, which are currently known in France: one is in Charente, the other in Charente-Maritime. Obviously, we are obliged to intervene on these sites. there which are also relatively well preserved in terms of habitat quality. But the dismemberment of this species is really extremely complicated « .

In the end, the league identified 17 minks. Two nurseries have been set up to attempt a reintroduction, but it remains delicate: there have only been 18 births in two years.

Why was the decline not stopped sooner? The State launched two action plans starting in the 2000s. They made progress, but there was a big hesitation about ten years ago. « I will unfortunately be very clear: there is a failure », deplores Christian Arthur, director of the French Society for the Study and Protection of Mammals (SFEPM). « There are other species, I think of the bearded vulture, I think of the bear, where on the contrary, there was a collusion of everyone to do something ».

According to him, for the European mink, there was « an operational gap between scientific experts who debated the origin of mink, naturalists who thought it was a bit screwed up, the state which thought that we were putting too much money to save a species who was perhaps doomed. If we had had the same vision today as in 1995, we might have acted stronger than we did. « 

Next year, the French Biodiversity Office (OFB) is due to launch a new plan on a new format, perhaps the last lifeline for European mink.

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Malaysia Animal Health Care Market 2020 by Manufacturers, Region, Type and Application, Expected to be 2026 – FOKA – News Bulletin – Insurance for Pets

This report provides detailed historical analysis of the global Animal Health Care market from 2014-2019, and provides comprehensive market forecasts from 2020-2026 by region / country and subsectors. It covers sales volume, price, turnover, gross margin, historical growth and future prospects in the Animal Health Care market.

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The aim of the study is to define the market sizes of the different segments and countries in the previous years and the values ​​expected for the next six years. The report aims to include the qualitative and quantitative aspects of the industry, both eligible with respect to each of the regions and countries involved in the study. Furthermore, the report also provides the detailed information on the crucial aspects such as drivers and curbing factors that will determine the future growth of the Animal Health Care market.

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The survey covers the current Animal Health Care market size and growth rates based on 5-year records with company overview of Key Players / Manufacturers:
Merck Animal Health
Something Animal Health
Vetiquinol SA
Boehringer Ingelheim GmbH
Bayer AG
Nutreco N.V.

Scope of the Animal Health Care Market Report:
By 2050, the world’s population will expand to 9 billion – one-thirds in the future increasing consumption of animal protein. Population and income growth will lead to an increase in animal protein consumption. The growing demand for protein has given producers an opportunity to improve their production and profitability. Jianming’s ?? all-round nutrition ?? solution to two basic needs: providing healthy and safe nutrition solutions and maintaining good economic benefits.

The main factors of the global market growth are the increase in the incidence of animal diseases, the emergence of new diseases, the problem of common human and animal infectious diseases, the promotion of government and animal welfare groups and the introduction of new vaccine products, while market growth limiting factors are mainly the maintenance of the effectiveness of the vaccine products. The high cost of storage and the increase in health-oriented vegetarianism have led to a reduction in demand for meat products and an indirect effect on the growth of the animal vaccine market.

Scope of the Animal Health Care Market: The global Animal Health Care market size is expected to reach USD 3.477 billion by 2026, from USD 3.388 billion in 2020, at a CAGR of 2.4% during 2021-2026.

Global Animal Health Care Scope and size of the market

Animal Health Care market is segmented by type and by application. Players, stakeholders and other participants in the global Animal Health Care market will be able to gain the upper hand if they use the report as a powerful resource. The segmented analysis focuses on the revenue and forecast by type and by application in terms of revenue and forecast for the period 2015-2026.

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Report further studies the status of market development and the future Animal Health Care Market trend around the world. It also splits Animal Health Care Market Segmentation by Type and Applications to fully and deeply investigate and reveal market profile and prospects.

Major formats are as follows:




The main uses are as follows:
veterinary Hospitals

Veterinary Clinics


drug Stores

direct Distribution

pet stores

Geographically, this report is segmented into a number of key areas, with Animal Health Care sales, revenue, market share and growth in these regions, 2014-2024, covering

1. North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
2. Europe (Germany, Great Britain, France, Italy, Russia and Turkey etc.)
3. Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India, Australia, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, Malaysia and Vietnam)
4. South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia etc.)
5. Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)

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This Animal Health Care Market Research / Analysis Report contains answers to your next questions

1. Which Production Technology is used for Animal Health Care? What developments are going on in that technology? Which trends are the cause of these developments?

2. Who are the Global Key Players in this Animal Health Care Market? What are their company profile, product information and contact details?

3. What was Animal Health Care Market Global Market Status? What was Capacity, Production Value, Cost and Profit of Animal Health Care Market?

4. What is Current Market Status of Animal Health Care Industry? What is Market Competition in this Industry, Both Company and Country Wise? What is Animal Health Care Market Market Analysis by Taking Applications and Types into consideration?

5. What are Projections of Global Animal Health Care Industry Considering Capacity, Production and Production Value? What will the cost and profit estimate be? What will Market Share, Supply and Consumption be? How about Import and Export?

6. What is Animal Health Care Market Chain Analysis by Upstream Commodities and Downstream Industry?

7. What is the economic impact on the Animal Health Care industry? What are Global Macroeconomic Environment Analysis Results? What are Global Macroeconomic Environment Development Trends?

8. What are Market Dynamics of Animal Health Care Market? What are Challenges and Opportunities?

9. What should be Entry Strategies, Countermeasures to Economic Impact, and Marketing Channels for Animal Health Care Industry?

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Important points from Table of Contents:

Global Animal Health Care Market Research Report 2020-2026, on Manufacturers, Regions, Species and Uses
1 Study Coverage
1.1 Animal Health Care Product
1.2 Key market segments in this study
1.3 Key Fabrikanten Covered
1.4 Market by type
1.4.1 Global Animal Health Care Market Size Growth Rate op type
1.5 Market per application
1.5.1 Global Animal Health Care Market Size Growth Rate per toepassing
1.6 Research Objectives
1.7 years

2 Summary
2.1 Global Animal Health Care Production
2.1.1 Global Animal Health Care Revenue 2015-2026
2.1.2 Global Animal Health Care Production 2015-2026
2.1.3 Global Animal Health Care Capacity 2015-2026
2.1.4 Global Animal Health Care Marketing Prices and Trends
2.2 Animal Health Care groei (CAGR) 2020-2026
2.3 Analyse van Competitive Landscape
2.3.1 Manufacturers Market Concentration Ratio (CR5 and HHI)
2.3.2 Key Animal Health Care Fabrikanten
2.4 Drivers Market, trends en thema’s
2.5 Macroscopic Indicator
2.5.1 GDP for large regions
2.5.2 Price of raw materials in dollars: Evolution

3 Market Size on Manufacturers
3.1 Animal Health Care Production on Manufacturers
3.1.1 Animal Health Care Production on Manufacturers
3.1.2 Animal Health Care Production Market Share on Manufacturers
3.2 Animal Health Care Omzet per Manufacturers
3.2.1 Animal Health Care Omzet per Manufacturers (2015-2020)
3.2.2 Animal Health Care Revenue Share on Manufacturers (2015-2020)
3.3 Animal Health Care Price on Manufacturers
3.4 Mergers and Acquisitions, expansion plans

4 Animal Health Care The Production of Regions
4.1 Global Animal Health Care The Production of the Regions
4.1.1 Global Animal Health Care Production Market Share op de regios
4.1.2 Global Animal Health Care market share in turnover by regions
4.2 United States
4.2.1 United States Animal Health Care Production
4.2.2 United States Animal Health Care Revenue
4.2.3 Major Players in the United States
4.2.4 United States Animal Health Care Import and Export
4.3 Europe
4.3.1 Europa Animal Health Care Production
4.3.2 Europa Animal Health Care Revenue
4.3.3 main players in Europe
4.3.4 Europe Animal Health Care Import and Export
4.4 China
4.4.1 China Animal Health Care Production
4.4.2 China Animal Health Care Revenue
4.4.3 main players in China
4.4.4 China Animal Health Care Import en Export
4.5 Japan
4.5.1 Japan Animal Health Care Production
4.5.2 Japan Animal Health Care Revenue
4.5.3 Main Players in Japan
4.5.4 Japan Animal Health Care Import en Export
4.6 Adjacent regions
4.6.1 South Korea
4.6.2 India
4.6.3 Southeast Asia

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5 Animal Health Care Consumption by regions
5.1 Global Animal Health Care Consumption by regions
5.1.1 Global Animal Health Care Consumption by regions
5.1.2 Global Animal Health Care consumption market share declined in the regions
5.2 North America
5.2.1 North America Animal Health Care consumption per application
5.2.2 North America Animal Health Care Consumption by Countries
5.2.3 United States
5.2.4 Canada
5.2.5 Mexico
5.3 Europe
5.3.1 Europe Animal Health Care consumption per application
5.3.2 Europe Animal Health Care Consumption by Countries
5.3.3 Germany
5.3.4 France
5.3.5 UK
5.3.6 Italy
5.3.7 Russia
5.4 Asia Pacific
5.4.1 Asia Pacific Animal Health Care consumption per application
5.4.2 Asia Pacific Animal Health Care Consumption by Countries
5.4.3 China
5.4.4 Japan
5.4.5 South Korea
5.4.6 India
5.4.7 Australia
5.4.8 Indonesia
5.4.9 Thailand
5.4.10 Malaysia
5.4.11 Philippines
5.4.12 Vietnam
5.5 Central and South America
5.5.1 Central and South America Animal Health Care consumption per application
5.5.2 Central and South America Animal Health Care Consumption by Countries
5.5.3 Brazil
5.6 Middle East and Africa
5.6.1 Middle East and Africa Animal Health Care consumption per application
5.6.2 Middle East and Africa Animal Health Care Consumption by Countries
5.6.3 Turkey
5.6.4 GCC Countries
5.6.5 Egypt
5.6.6 South Africa

6 Market Size op type
6.1 Global Animal Health Care Breakdown Dada op type
6.2 Global Animal Health Care Omzet per Type
6.3 Animal Health Care Price by type

7 Market Size per application
7.1 Overview
7.2 Global Animal Health Care Breakdown Dada door Application
7.2.1 Global Animal Health Care consumption per application
7.2.2 Global Animal Health Care consumption decreased Application market share (2015-2020)

To be continued ….

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Independer is going to collaborate with Lemonade – Insurance for Pets

Comparison and advice platform Independer will collaborate with the innovative home contents and liability insurance company Lemonade. The American tech company has been offering insurance on the Dutch market since April this year. Consumers looking for contents and liability insurance through Independer can now also opt for Lemonade.

Felix Tenniglo, CEO of Independer, is pleased with the collaboration: “There is room for new players in the Dutch insurance market. Lemonade has an innovative insurance model and is doing well in America, among others. Lemonade has recently also started in the Netherlands. Independer helps consumers make the best choice. And we are therefore delighted that we can now also offer Lemonade’s contents and liability insurance – in addition to all other providers. ”

Lemonade is a young American tech company that is taking the insurance market by storm with their ‘Policy 2.0’, a simplified and digitized policy. Acceptance and claims settlement mainly takes place on the basis of artificial intelligence. Lemonade is keen to make a social impact. A fixed part of the premium is used for operating costs. The rest is for damages and what remains goes to a charity that customers determine themselves.

Ori Hanani, VP European Operations at Lemonade: “We want to offer the Dutch consumer a fast, affordable and socially-driven insurance. It is powered by artificial intelligence and promises a great consumer experience. It is fantastic to be able to do this together with the largest advice and comparison platform in the Netherlands as a partner. We are very much looking forward to working with Independer. ”

About Independer

Independer is the largest digital comparison and advice platform in the Netherlands for insurance, banking products, mortgages and energy. Consumers can search, compare and conclude financial products themselves via Independer. Independer is part of DPG Media.

Over Lemonade

Lemonade offers homeowners and renters and pet health insurance in the United States as well as home and liability insurance in Germany and the Netherlands through its fully licensed insurance companies. Driven by artificial intelligence and behavioral economics, Lemonade strives to replace middlemen and bureaucracy with bots and machine learning, with the goal of avoiding paperwork and being able to take care of everything instantly. The insurer is a certified B-Corp and donates leftover premium to charities that its community chooses through the annual Giveback. Lemonade is currently available in most states in the US, in Germany and the Netherlands and continues to expand worldwide.

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Appenzell Ausserrhoden: Large contingent on the confiscation of 22 dogs – Insurance for Pets

A recalcitrant animal owner refused to the last to give up her dogs. Now the veterinary office has enforced the ban on keeping and breeding animals and transported the dogs away.

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A total of 22 dogs were confiscated.

Canton of Appenzell Ausserrhoden

The animals were confiscated in the Ausserrhoden Vorderland


The dogs were not neglected, says canton veterinarian Dr. Sascha Quaile to 20 minutes.


  • 22 dogs were removed from a woman by the veterinary office.
  • She had fought against the ban to the last.
  • She let the deadline pass for several months.
  • 15 employees of the veterinary office, vets, animal keepers and police officers were on duty.
  • The animals are given up for adoption.

A recalcitrant animal owner in the Ausserrhoder Vorderland resisted until the very end, but now the veterinary office has enforced the ban on keeping and breeding partial animals. The woman pulled the ban until the federal court, which confirmed the ban at the end of 2019. For several months she let the deadline pass before the veterinary office took action.

After a brief veterinary examination, 22 dogs were taken away and placed in « suitable places », as stated in a message from the Appenzell Ausserrhoden cantonal office. A total of 15 employees of the veterinary office, vets, animal keepers and police officers were on duty.

Only dogs and cats

It is the end of a long battle between the animal owner and the canton. « In recent years, controls have been carried out on the person again and again, and it has been decided to impose a ban on keeping and breeding animals, » says Dr. Sascha Quaile, canton veterinarian in both Appenzell. This order was drawn up to the federal court, where the ban was finally confirmed. “All instances have now been played through,” says Quaile.

According to the canton veterinarian, the dogs were not in a neglected condition. « The health of the animals was normal, only a few were injured, » said Quaile. The woman can now keep a defined number of pets. Cats and dogs are considered pets.

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Animal Health Market Size 2020 Assessment of trends, key player updates, recent developments, strategies, market impact and forecast till 2026 – Insurance for Pets

The Animal Health market reports analyze the current state of the market by covering key players and estimating the market size on the basis of these players’ revenue, growth rate, and competitive landscape. The report covers market dynamics including key drivers, restraints, opportunities, trends and analyzes its impact on the market. The report also compares product and service offerings, covers recent developments and strategies adopted in the Company Profile section. The report delves deeply into segmental analysis covering segment market size, growth rate, in key regions.

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The study of the Global Animal Health Market 2020 provides a basic overview of the industry including definitions, classifications, applications, and industry chain structure. The global Animal Health market report is provided for the international markets as well as development trends, competitive landscape analysis, and key regions development status. Development policies and plans are discussed as well as manufacturing processes and cost structures are also analyzed.


Global Animal Health market competition by TOP MANUFACTURERS, with production, price, revenue (value) and each manufacturer including:
Dechra Pharmaceuticals
Eli Lilly and Company
Phirbo Animal Health
Nutreco N.V.
Boehringer Ingelheim
Something Animal Health
Evonik Industries

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On the basis of product, this report displays the production, revenue, price, market share and growth rate of each type, mainly broken down into:
Food additives

On the basis of end users / applications, this report focuses on the status and outlook for major applications / end users, consumption (sales), market share and growth rate of each application, including:
Farm animals

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Geographically, the detailed analysis of the consumption, revenue, market share and growth rate, historical and forecast (2015-2026) of the following regions is covered in Chapter 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 , 13:
?? North America (discussed in Chapters 6 and 13)
?? Europe (covered in Chapters 7 and 13)
?? Asia-Pacific (covered in Chapters 8 and 13)
?? Middle East and Africa (covered in Chapters 9 and 13)
?? South America (covered in chapters 10 and 13)

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?? What will the market growth rate, growth dynamics or market acceleration be during the forecast period?
?? What are the key drivers of the Animal Health market?
?? What was the size of the emerging Animal Health market in value in 2019?
?? What will be the size of the emerging Animal Health market in 2026?
?? Which region is expected to hold the highest market share in the Animal Health Market?
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Some TOC points:
1 Report overview
1.1 Scope of the study
1.2 Key market segments
1.3 Regulatory scenario by region / country
1.4 Strategic market investment scenario
1.5 Market Analysis by Type
1.5.1 Global Animal Health Market Share by Type (2020-2026)
1.5.2 Type 1
1.5.3 Type 2
1.5.4 Other
1.6 Market by Application
1.6.1 Global Animal Health Market Share by Application (2020-2026)
1.6.2 Application 1
1.6.3 Application 2
1.6.4 Other
1.7 Development trends of the Animal Health industry under the COVID-19 epidemic

2. Global market growth trends
2.1 Industry trends
2.1.1 Analyse SWOT
2.1.2 Porter’s five forces analysis
2.2 Analysis of the potential market and growth potential
2.3 Industry News and Policies by Regions
2.3.1 Industry News
2.3.2 Industry policies

3 Animal health market value chain
3.1 State of the value chain
3.2 Analysis of the Animal Health Manufacturing Cost Structure
3.2.1 Analysis of the production process
3.2.2 Structure of Animal Health Manufacturing Costs
3.2.3 Cost of Animal Health Labor
3.3 Analysis of the sales and marketing model
3.4 Major Downstream Customers Analysis (by Region)

4 player profiles
4.1 Player 1
4.1.1 Basic information about player 1
4.1.2 Animal Health Product Profiles, Application and Specifications
4.1.3 Player 1 Animal Health Market Performance (2015-2020)
4.1.4 Player 1 activity overview

4.2 Player 2
4.2.1 Basic information about player 2
4.2.2 Animal Health Product Profiles, Application and Specifications
4.2.3 Animal Health Player 2 Market Performance (2015-2020)
4.2.4 Player 2 activity overview
11 Global Animal Health Market Segment by Types
12 Global Animal Health Market Segment by Applications
13 Animal Health Market Forecast by Regions (2020-2026)
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kozoo launches new health insurance for dogs and cats – Insurance for Pets

Product launch — 07/09/2020

(AOF) – kozoo has launched a digital insurance offer dedicated to dogs and cats. It is subscribed exclusively on the web via its partners as well as directly, from its website and its mobile application. took note of several edifying statistics. 52% of French people say they have a pet in their household. 75% of them even consider them as full members of the family, with a level of complicity that has grown. further increased during the containment period linked to the Covid.

Yet assures kozoo, the share of dogs and cats whose health is assured does not exceed 6% in France, despite veterinary costs having increased twice as fast as the cost of living over the past 10 years.

Behind this apparent paradox, a certain mistrust of owners is expressed in contracts deemed too complex and not transparent enough, adds the group.

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« A real awareness-raising process » applauds the French equestrian federation – Insurance for Pets

The Minister of the Interior Gérald Darmanin and that of Agriculture Julien Denormandie are moving to the Oise on Monday after the mutilation of around thirty horses or ponies since the beginning of the year. Serge Lecomte, president of the French Equestrian Federation, welcomes the “efforts” to raise awareness.

« Everyone is very worried about this delirium of cruelty », reacted Monday on franceinfo Serge Lecomte, president of the French Equestrian Federation. Since the beginning of the year, around thirty horses or ponies have been mutilated in France. Alerted by the growing number of assaults this summer, the Interior Ministers Gerald Darmanin and Agriculture Julien Denormandie are moving Monday, September 7 in Oise, a department where several cases of equine mutilation have been reported.

« We are all terrified. Everyone is very worried about this delirium of cruelty », reacted Serge Lecomte. Acts of « cruelty » which come from « disturbed spirits », according to him. « It’s not recent. We did some research in the past. Cruelty to animals is not something we are discovering today. », he explained.

In all cases, an ear of the animal is cut out, taken as a trophy. Is it superstitions, fetishism, a satanic or sectarian ritual? Since last week, the Interministerial Mission against sectarian aberrations (Miviludes) has been participating in the investigation led by the national gendarmerie. « The facts are too spread over the whole territory for it to be a single person or a single team », he assures.

The president of the French equestrian federation is delighted with the trip of the two ministers: « This is a first. That two ministers come to a meeting with regard to cruelty to animals is a real step to raise awareness of both the public and the police so that they can quickly find a solution Bravo to the efforts being made in this direction « , he greeted.

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Senior Inspector Expertise Animal By-products – Insurance for Pets

Where will you end up?

Within the field of animal by-products, you and four direct colleagues are responsible for setting up, having executed and evaluating projects. The aim of these projects is to monitor and promote compliance by companies within the animal by-products sector in order to adequately control risks to humans, animals and nature. “The field of work in this domain is so broad that the work is never boring or monotonous…”. said Steven Danneel, former Senior Advisor Animal Byproducts at the NVWA.

What are you going to do?

You translate legal and regulatory provisions into workable monitoring protocols and monitoring methods, so that the inspectors in the field can effectively and efficiently supervise companies that handle animal by-products. These can be companies that use cadavers to produce biodiesel, for example, but also companies that use animal by-products as a raw material for cosmetics or pharmaceuticals.

Depending on the inspection results, the wishes of our client LNV and developments in Europe, you set up projects. You can deduce from inspection results of the previous year where there are risks to public and animal health in the chain and where new risks arise. You devise innovative and efficient supervision methods and tools. It is up to you to determine which tool best achieves its goal in practice. You also confront the sector with generic results, you talk about working methods and new production flows. You stimulate the sector to continue to operate within the frameworks of the applicable laws and regulations. When certain working methods turn out not to be workable in practice, you look for solutions.

Our client also gives direction to our field of work. When risks are identified or expected, you will initiate and implement specific projects to measure and, if necessary, promote compliance.

Finally, legislative proposals are being made from Europe. This happens, for example, when new industries emerge, such as the breeding of insects as a feedstock for pet food or when our surveillance signals require legislative changes. As a Senior Advisor you are closely involved in this. Sometimes you represent the Netherlands during European meetings in Brussels. Prior to this, you agree within the team, the Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality and the sector which conditions we set for legislative proposals.

Job requirements

How we envision you?

You enjoy working in a team. You are good at keeping an overview and you can plan and organize your own work well. You are able to make independent decisions. You are proactive when it comes to introducing new, creative working methods and methods. You are able to convince others of the path that is being taken and you know how to motivate this well. You have the courage to think outside the box. You are environmentally aware and able to deal with various interests in a political / economic playing field. You are a real networker who can easily find your way in a complex field.

In addition, we think it is important that you:

  • Has a completed university education in veterinary medicine, biology or another university education combined with work experience in a field related to animal by-products.
  • Have knowledge of process technology. This is not a hard requirement, but we do prefer it.
  • Has excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Has a good analytical mind to understand complex processes in this domain.


  • Analyze
  • Judgment
  • Persuasiveness
  • Environmental awareness
  • Collaborate
  • Planning & organizing
  • Creativity

Terms of employment
Salary level scale 12
Monthly salary Min € 3,815 – Max. € 5,671 (gross)
Employment Employment contract for an indefinite period
Minimum number of hours per week 36
Maximum number of hours per week 36
Other employment conditions

Where will you work?

The NVWA is a committed, social employer that is active in a large and social playing field. Our work as a supervisor is at the center of attention. Media, politics, business and Dutch citizens are following our work critically. At the NVWA you do work with social importance, your work has an impact on the safety of food, products, the health of plants and animals and animal welfare in the Netherlands.

What do we offer you?

  • An induction program that suits your position with guidance from experienced colleagues.
  • Extensive training and / or coaching options for your further professional development.
  • Where the position permits, we offer you the space to work independently of time and place.
  • A pleasant working environment with Utrecht head office (within walking distance of Central Station).
  • Regular fun activities with your colleagues, such as our (now legendary) pub quiz!

In addition to the salary, you will receive an Individual Choice Budget (IKB). The IKB consists of money (16.37% of your gross annual salary) and time. With the IKB you make the choices that suit you and you can put together part of your employment conditions yourself. For example, you can choose to have part of your monthly income paid out whenever you wish. You can also convert this budget into leave and vice versa or spend it on tax-friendly goals. The national government attaches great importance to personal growth and career development and offers numerous opportunities for this. The secondary employment conditions include various study facilities, company fitness, full reimbursement of your public transport travel expenses commuting and partially paid parental leave.


  • If you apply for a vacancy with a permanent employment contract, you will start with a temporary employment contract of a maximum of 2 years, which is converted into a permanent employment contract if you function properly.
  • We can only process your application if you respond correctly via the ‘Apply’ button and your CV and motivation letter are enclosed.
  • After the closing date, we regret that we can no longer process your application.
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  • If you apply for a priority position, please enclose a copy of your decision with your application.
  • Applications are considered in accordance with applicable agreements, including the Collective Labor Agreement for the Government and NVP application code.
  • A competence test and / or an assessment can be part of the selection procedure.
  • The selection committee can obtain references, but will always coordinate this with you in advance.
  • An online screening via search engines or social media, for example, can be part of the selection process.

After the closing date, the vacancy text and the details of the vacancy holder will no longer be visible online. To avoid having to request it, we request that you download and save the vacancy text.

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More about your future department

The Expertise department is the department within the NVWA where all substantive knowledge of the NVWA with regard to the domains that must be maintained is available. This knowledge is used to create projects that are carried out by the Inspection department. The employees keep track of the knowledge that is relevant to them by operating (inter) nationally in networks. The department is at the heart of the Enforcement Management model, in which a tactical connection is made between the strategic BPI department and the Operational departments of the Inspectorate.

Dutch Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority (NVWA)

The Dutch Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority (NVWA), as part of the Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality, stands for the safety of food and consumer products, animal welfare and nature. We strive to be an employer that every employee, regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, ethnic origin and work disability, wants to work for. Working on social issues in diverse teams makes us more effective, more innovative and the work more fun.

Our mission is to increase food and product safety, plant health and animal welfare, through high compliance with (inter) national laws and regulations and optimal risk management.

It seems so obvious that we can buy food and other products in the Netherlands in the confidence that they are safe for us. We can rely on this, because there are laws and regulations that companies must adhere to and that ensure that they do not harm animal welfare and nature. That goes well very often, but not always. That is why it is important that we stand together for that safety. With entrepreneurs who comply with the laws and regulations. With consumers, who are also careful themselves. And as the NVWA, because we monitor and promote compliance by companies and because we monitor animal and plant health. With the aim of adequately controlling possible risks to people, animals and nature.

Our field of activity is broad. That is why we look carefully at where the greatest risks lie. So that we can inform consumers and others in a timely manner if necessary. And so that we can work where our supervision is most needed. With our inspections and criminal investigations and with good services and communication, we stimulate entrepreneurs to comply with the rules. We assume trust. Companies that have their affairs in order don’t notice much of us. But we take firm action against entrepreneurs who are not so careful.

We also carry out inspections to enable import and export. Companies that comply with the legal provisions can safely market their products and animals. Because with proper compliance with the laws and regulations, they strengthen confidence in their own products as well as in the trading position of the Netherlands.

The NVWA consists of 4 directorates, Enforcement, Inspection, Strategy and Internal Organization.


For more information about this vacancy:

Mr Richard van Buuren


The Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority (NVWA) invites you to apply on their site. Via the ‘Apply’ button if you leave this site, go directly to the application form. Central government values ​​a diverse and inclusive organization. Working in diverse teams makes us more effective, more innovative and the work more fun. Everyone is therefore invited to apply.

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Does a dog and owner have to go for a walk? – Insurance for Pets

Stricter requirements for dog owners and breeders

If you have a dog, you should go outside with him twice a day for a total of at least one hour. In addition, tethering should be prohibited. Exceptions are planned for dogs that are used as work animals.

Dr. Ronald Lindner
Animal behavior therapist Dr. Ronald Lindner advises all pet owners under the heading « fiffi & co. On the go » every Monday at MDR at 4 am. He is a course leader at the Institute for Dog-Human Relationships in Saxony.

Mr. Lindner, how useful do you think the new rules for dog owners are?

Dr. Ronald Lindner: These are old approaches – repackaged and also by far not sufficient and knowledgeable enough to really avoid animal suffering. My old German teacher would have said: « Well written, but unfortunately missed the topic
– Grade 4!  »

What do you recommend to go out with the dog?

Quality vs. Quantity! The walk and what is experienced should primarily meet the needs of the dog.

Give your four-legged friend enough time for typical dog behavior. He will thank you with a balanced personality. If a dog does not get regular exercise, he suffers and becomes increasingly frustrated, reacts fearfully or aggressively and in the worst case forgets all social behavior.

Could controls be carried out with the introduction of such a set of rules?

Perhaps one or the other dog owner is starting to rethink things by actually extending his daily walk and not just walking « around the block ».

But who should check the requirement – walking at least twice a day for a total of one hour? The veterinary offices are already more than overwhelmed with the implementation of § 11 TschG, according to which people who deal with animals commercially must prove their expertise.

What rules do you think would be necessary?

  1. General ban on keeping kennels and tethering – without exceptions!
  2. The legal introduction of the dog driver license D.O.Q. 2.0, as dog owners have to prove their knowledge in theory and practice.
  3. Real and nationwide standardized implementation of §11 TschG in matters Evidence and verification of the expertise of people who work with dogs commercially. The LMU Munich has created a standardized examination procedure for this purpose, which only needs to be adopted by the federal states and offices nationwide.

What do you recommend dog owners to observe even without a legal basis?

The Institute for Dog-Human Relationships in Saxony has drawn up ten golden rules for this.

We recommend two hours a day free running without a leash outside of your own territory. This brings movement, enables exploration and of course elimination.

2. Always be socially involved

Allow a lot of time with people and, if possible, with another dog in the family and avoid social isolation. Then they are motivated to keep in contact with people and dogs they trust and to adapt their own behavior to the behavior of other social partners.

3. Enable contact with conspecifics

It is recommended to have at least two people in a group and to have free and independent contact with conspecifics every day in order to learn and maintain safe social contact.

A changing environment is beneficial. The holder should be with you whenever possible. Dogs should never be separated from the family unit for longer than stress-free.

5. Enable contact with people

Daily free contact with people outside of the family is recommended in order to communicate.

6. Communicate in a variety of ways

Communicating via multiple channels should also take into account non-verbal elements (facial expressions, gestures and body language).

The mental workload should be achieved by promoting the pronounced learning ability.

Depending on the disposition, breed and line-specific characteristics must be taken into account.

It is important to feed and groom the dog appropriately and to house it appropriately. Pain, suffering and damage must be averted!

10. No positive penalties

Absolutely renounce verbal and physical violence or threats!

Julia Klöckner’s proposal also includes an exhibition ban for dogs that have torture breeding traits. What do you make of it?

Of course, not just an exhibition ban is enough, but breeding bans should be introduced as soon as possible. In dog breeding, the problem of torture breeding comes first and this is by no means a new problem, but has been discussed for over 21 years!

Torture breeding
Pet animals are always subject to fashion trends. For a certain look, for example, the nose is bred to be particularly flat. This is usually associated with breathing problems. Other breeds lead to eye problems or accept hereditary diseases for a certain coat color.

In 1999 there was an expert opinion commissioned by the Federal Ministry of Agriculture on the interpretation of §11b TschG. That named exactly the traits affected and the dog breeds most severely affected by torture breeding.

According to the experts, these should have been excluded from breeding immediately. Above all, the French and English bulldogs, pug and co, which are still the most popular breeds today, who suffer from a multitude of torture breeding characteristics for life.

I myself was part of our MDR series « fiffi & co. On the road » at the international dog fair in Leipzig 2017 and was more than shocked about « the breeding offer ».

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Why should you take off your shoes before walking through your door? – Insurance for Pets

In many cultures, it is customary to take off your shoes before entering a house. While this tradition may have started by preventing visitors from dragging mud or dirt on floors and carpets, there is a lot of scientific research supporting this practice in order to ward off invisible germs as well.

Taking off your shoes when entering a house helps keep the interior space clean. It could also help keep everyone inside healthier.

What are the benefits of removing my shoes indoors?

The most obvious benefit of a « no shoes inside » policy is that dirt from the outside will not be scattered throughout the house. Can this mean less time spent cleaning and vacuuming floors? Incidentally, it could also mean a longer life for your rugs.

Removing your shoes indoors also reduces the possible transmission of disease-causing bacteria. Infectious bacteria can attach to shoes when you walk outside. In public toilets and other places with high concentrations of pathogens. Pathogens are organisms that cause disease.
The sole and cracks of the shoes are ideal places for bacteria to linger.

Here are some of the bacteria that can cling to the soles of your shoes and spread inside:

1 Escherichia coli (E. coli)

E. coli is one of the most common bacteria found on the soles of shoes. This bacteria can cause intestinal and urinary infections. And while E. coli can be found everywhere, it is more common in rural areas where there is droppings from farm animals and other wildlife where people walk.

2 Clostridium difficile (C. diff)

The bacteria C. diff causes particularly foul-smelling diarrhea and can trigger colitis, an inflammation of the colon. The risk of footwear contamination with C. diff is high, especially in urban areas.

3 Staphylococcus aureus

Staphylococcus aureus (staphylococcus) bacteria are the most dangerous of the different types of Staphylococcus bacteria. Staphylococcus aureus bacteria are most commonly found on the shoes of people working in health care settings and in food services.

4 Pesticides

Pesticides and herbicides used on crops, parks, golf courses and other places can follow you inside on the soles of your shoes. These chemicals are associated with health risks as minor as irritation to the skin or eyes, and as serious as cancer.

Are there any risks of not wearing shoes indoors?

Of course, walking barefoot indoors also carries its share of health risks. Bacteria and fungi can be present in household dust, especially in homes where humidity is a problem and when surfaces are not cleaned regularly.

Having a pet can also help increase the levels of bacteria in the home.

However, not having shoes on or wearing slippers with slick soles indoors can also make you more vulnerable to accidents. Half of the falls were in people who were barefoot or who wore only socks or slippers. To reduce the risk of falls at home, older people should consider wearing sneakers or other sturdy footwear only indoors.

What are the tips for removing shoes indoors?

Here are some tips to make shoe removal a common and easy practice in your home:

– Set up a space for shoes just behind or near the entrance door. Keep shoes tidy with a shoe rack.
– Place a sign just inside your door or on a welcome mat. Include a message such as “Leave your worries (and your shoes) at the door”.
– You just have to ask. Politely ask your guests if they want to take their shoes off.
– Keep slippers or house shoes close to where you store them. This way it will be quick and easy to change them.

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The 2020 list of pet names – Insurance for Pets

As part of this classification, the names of 15,456 dogs and 9,845 cats born from January 1, 2020 were collected. Are you dying to know the top names of cats and dogs in 2020? Without further ado, here they are!

For the past 6 years, has established an annual list of pet names.

Every year since 1885, the Société centrale canine (SCC) has set a lettering rule for the names of purebred dogs registered in the French Book of Origins (LOF). Another French association maintains the Official Book of Feline Origins (LOOF) which adopts the same letter as the LOF every year. But this tradition is not respected by all pet owners …

Fashionable names correspond to each letter, this year where the « R » is used is no exception. Which is why we still find so many similarities between the names of dogs and cats in 2020. Regardless of the animal, there are many Romy, Roxy, Rocket and Romeo.

Rio is the big winner of the dogs

  1. Rio, it’s an exotic name that brings to mind Brazil, the blue parrot from a famous animated film and one of the main characters in the series « La casa de papel ».
  2. Ruby, sounds good, then it’s short and easy to call; a very practical choice and a beautiful metaphor to designate your little treasure on legs!
  3. Romy is a particularly popular name this year: it has the advantage of being quick and easy to pronounce, which is very useful for the dog to recognize it.

To please young and old alike, cartoon heroes are once again in the spotlight. Not surprisingly, we find in particular Rocky (6th), Ryder (11th) and Ruben (12th) of the Paw Patrol. More classic names are resisting at the end of the ranking. Maya (13th), Rex (15th), Paco (17th), Rita (18th) or Rosko (20th) are familiar to us. And we wish good luck to those who called their dog Rebelle (14th)!

Ruby, the most feline

  1. Ruby, this is the name we give the most to his little mustached treasure in 2020, even if the feline does not necessarily have the red coat that would recall the homonymous gemstone.
  2. Rio, this is definitely a name that is popular in 2020, whatever the pet, surely a follow-up to the new season of « La casa de papel » released this year.
  3. Simba has become a staple, the hero of the Lion King is the perfect figure of the gentle feline; a well-known character and a name that children like a lot.

Treats like Cookie (12th), Licorice (16th) and Bounty (19th) remind us how cute these felines are to eat! More classic names still exist, such as Plume (6th), Rose (17th) and Lilou (20th).

About the survey:
The results are based on data collected between January 1, 2020 and August 20, 2020. The survey data were collected and processed by the animal insurance comparator The analysis is based on more than 15,456 dogs and 9,845 cats, born from January 1, 2020.

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VIDEO. The ordeal of animals – Insurance for Pets

The issue of animal welfare concerns more and more French people. Deputies seize it, and a referendum of shared initiative gathered more than 500,000 signatures. NGOs keep denouncing the conditions of breeding or slaughtering animals, with a lot of shocking images. But they also criticize their transport conditions.

Very far from European standards …

Thirty-seven million head of cattle and one billion poultry circulate each year in Europe. The European Commission regularly denounces drifts, especially in the event of strong heat. How is the transport of animals really going? How is it controlled? « Special Envoy » investigated, and what the journalists discovered is sometimes far, very far from European laws, however quite strict in this area …

An investigation by Alexandra Colineau, Julie Ledru and Marie Dubois with First Lines broadcast in « Special Envoy » on September 3, 2020.

> Replays of France Télévisions news magazines are available on the Franceinfo website and its mobile application (iOS & Android), « Magazines » section.

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Mmm, meat from the printer! (And four other vegan innovations) – Insurance for Pets

The protein revolution? Yes, it exists. In ten years’ time 10 percent of the meat market worldwide will be in the hands of vegetarian or vegan alternatives to meat, according to investment bank Barclays. Unfortunately, this does not alter the fact that the turnover of real meat products is also expected to continue to grow in the coming years.

The main goal of multinationals is to make money, not to make good and fair food

The revolution largely takes place in the lab. There, meat products are simulated as realistically as possible using new techniques, and real meat is even « grown ». Stacy Pyett heads the Proteins for Life research program at Wageningen University & Research (WUR), which researches the functionality of proteins, develops new protein-rich products and analyzes their health effects. The researcher sees that there is a great need to adjust our diet: “In rich countries there is overconsumption of protein, and in poorer countries people generally don’t get enough of it. Our current food system has an enormous ecological footprint and is extremely unfairly distributed. ”

1. Local cultivation

In the « local » category, a burger based on algae and even homegrown quinoa has been on the shelves for two years. There is another promising local plant: duckweed, also known as water lentils.

Ingrid van der Meer (WUR) started her research into the potential of duckweed as food six years ago. The plant grows very fast, requires little valuable agricultural land and you can harvest all year round. The plant needs enough water and sunlight. It is therefore suitable for local cultivation and even ideal for indoor cultivation vertical farming.

One hectare of duckweed produces up to ten times more protein than one hectare of soy. And it is also full of vitamins and minerals. The application to register it as safe for consumption lies with the European food authority EFSA.

According to Pyett, the solutions devised for this ecological footprint and the shortage of protein can roughly be divided into « low-tech » and « high-tech ». She herself is more on the low-tech side. Think, for example, of duckweed, which you encounter in ponds all over the world. « It can be produced locally, grows very quickly, requires few raw materials and agricultural land, and contains a lot of protein. » The development of high-tech imitation meat, on the other hand, costs money, time and raw materials for years. Such a product often requires more energy and water, due to the production of the ingredients, the technology and the distribution.

“Impossible Foods, for example, uses genetically modified yeast for their burgers, which gives the special meat flavor. An intensive and specific process. ” Despite this complexity, these types of products are also needed, in addition to simple solutions such as legumes and duckweed, Pyett thinks. « They almost or completely match the meat, fish or dairy that people are used to, and can persuade so many people to make plant-based choices. »

2. Print steaks

Redefine Meat, an Israeli start-up, developed a technique to 3D print a mix of soybeans and pea protein in layers and simulate the complex meat structure. According to founder Eshchar Ben-Shitrit, the technique is even able to recreate a steak realistically.

The idea is that the printers for this « Alt-Steak » will be placed in restaurants; they can then adjust the recipe themselves. At the end of this year, there will be pilots in restaurants in Israel, France, Germany and Switzerland, after which Redefine Meat wants to bring the machines to the market in early 2021. More companies are developing 3D printers for the kitchen, such as the Spanish NovaMeat, which expects to sell the machines to restaurants in Italy and Spain this year. And ultimately NovaMeat also focuses directly on consumers: the machine should be for sale in the supermarket next year.


Food philosopher Michiel Korthals is also most interested in low-tech solutions. In his book Good Food, he argues that our current food system with its complicated and opaque chains and technological processing means that we are far removed from our food. Imitation meat will not close that « gaping hole » between food and consumer, he says. « With such lab or factory manufactured products, there is still little insight into how it is made and where the ingredients come from. »

Korthals also thinks that, in addition to innovations, there should be a shift in our diet. “People find it normal to eat animal products three times a day. While it is much better for health to eat more vegetables, fruits, nuts and seeds. The government can play a role in shifting the norm. For example through taxes and nudging 1

3. Animal-free binder

On packaging of meat substitutes often chicken egg is on the predominantly vegetable ingredients list. Egg is a good and cheap binder, crucial for a solid consistency. According to researchers from the company FUMI Ingredients, which originated at the WUR, 27 billion euros are spent in the world market for proteins. FUMI develops animal-free alternatives from, among other things, yeast (a by-product from beer brewing), micro-algae and fungi, which would result in a CO2 reduction of at least 80 percent.

The philosopher sees another problem: food giants are starting to see a revenue model in the protein transition. Unilever took over De Vegetarian Slager, Sweet Earth Foods is now part of Nestlé and McDonalds and Burger King now also sell veggie burgers. Korthals: “Multinationals hitch a ride on ideas that live in society, but their main goal is not to make good and fair food, but to earn money.

Greenwashing is then lurking. The old values ​​of producing food as efficiently and cheaply as possible, at the expense of ecological values ​​and the welfare of humans and animals, will remain intact. While that attitude has caused the problems in our current food system. In addition, because of their size and power, multinationals can flout or even dictate rules, with their armies of lobbyists and tax specialists who exert such pressure on politics. ”

4. The cultivated burger of € 250,000

Cellular agriculture, or cultured meat, was released from the lab in 2013. Maastricht professor and Mosa Meat founder Mark Post presented the first hamburger made by growing a few animal cells into a real piece of meat, without having to slaughter an animal.

There would be no difference in taste, texture and nutritional value. All the more so in terms of greenhouse gas emissions and land and water use; according to Mosa Meat, it is less than one-twentieth that of a traditional piece of meat. Antibiotics and (growth) hormones are also unnecessary. The cells were previously grown in fetal calf blood from a slaughtered, pregnant cow, but there is now a vegetable alternative.

Although the first culture burger cost 250,000 euros, it should soon be cheaper than a conventional one. Mosa Meat hopes to have its first burger in the supermarket within a few years with a starting price of 9 euros each. After that, production has to go up quickly and the price down.

Mosa Meat’s main competitors are Memphis Meats from Silicon Valley, Israel’s Future Meat Technologies and JUST from San Francisco. These producers are also on the verge of breaking through, but: cultured meat has yet to be approved all over the world as a new type of food. EFSA (European Food Safety Authority) does this for Europe. They check that it is safe, which can be a time consuming process.

The same thing was heard on social media when Unilever took over the Vegetarian Butcher; people feared the end of the idealism behind the company. But other than that, reactions in the media were predominantly positive: it was mainly seen as a great opportunity for a sustainable company to grow, just as founder Jaap Korteweg had envisioned. Wageningen researcher Pyett follows that reasoning. “We need the big players to get volume, so that meat substitutes become cheaper and accessible to more people. They know how to make products attractive to the general public through a budget for customer research, marketing and brand awareness. ”

5. Gene technology

A burger that really tastes like meat and even ‘bleeds’ in the pan, that’s what Impossible Foods, one of the leaders in the world market for meat substitutes, promises. The protein leghemoglobin from the roots of the soybean plant, which is almost identical to the protein myoglobin, which you find in meat, provides this. But in order to get enough of that special protein, you’d have to pull tons of soybean plant roots out of the soil, leading to soil erosion and the release of stored carbon. That is why Impossible Foods has developed a yeast with gene technology that produces leghemoglobin during fermentation.

The products of the American company are popular with consumers in Asia and the US. Impossible Foods also wants to enter the European market and requested permission from EFSA at the end of last year. The EU is reluctant to allow crops to which gene technology has been applied, the technique whereby an organism’s DNA is modified in such a way that it acquires properties that it does not naturally have. Although in the Netherlands you can find genetically modified soy, corn and rapeseed in the supermarket, and GM is used in the production of non-organic animal feed and medicines.

According to The New York Times 90 percent of US scientists believe that eating genetically modified crops (GMOs) is not unsafe for health; a tour of some scientists from Wageningen University confirms this picture. This does not alter the fact that there are other possible risks, such as that GM seed drifts over to fields with non-GM crops, damage to biodiversity, concentration of power around a few companies that patent GM crops and uncertainty about the consequences for humans and nature in the longer term. In his NRC column, professor of nutritional science Martijn Katan (VU) called the « invention » of Impossible Foods « mouth-watering science ». Whether EFSA approves Impossible Foods is still unclear.

This article was previously published in September 2020 OneWorld magazine: What About Vegan ?.

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Nestlé: Acquisition of Aimmune Therapeutics – Equity Research (Independent Research) | Stocks of the day – Insurance for Pets

Frankfurt ( – Nestlé stock analysis by analyst Lars Lusebrink from Independent Research:

Lars Lusebrink, an analyst at Independent Research, confirms his investment rating for the shares of the food company Nestlé S.A. in a current stock analysis. (ISIN: CH0038863350, WKN: A0Q4DC, ticker symbol: NESR, SIX Swiss Ex: NESN, Nasdaq OTC symbol: NSRGF).

Nestlé has signed a definitive agreement to take over Aimmune Therapeutics, in which the Swiss food company already holds around 25.6%. The biotech company Aimmune (product sales in the first half of 2020: USD 0.6 million) develops and markets therapies for the treatment of life-threatening food allergies. Aimmune’s drug Palforzia was the first and so far only drug to receive FDA approval in late January 2020 for the treatment of peanut allergies, including anaphylaxis, in children aged 4 to 17 years.

Nestlé is offering $ 34.50 per Aimmune share in cash, which is a high premium of 174% compared to the closing price on 08/28. (USD 12.60), but only around 10% above the Aimmune share price when Palforzia was approved (January 31). The purchase price for the outstanding 74.4% amounts to around USD 2.1 billion, which is to be financed through existing liquid funds (as of June 30, 2020: CHF 3.5 billion).

Nestlé manager Behar sees blockbuster potential at Palforzia in five to six years (annual sales:> USD 1 billion; Bloomberg consensus 2025: USD 906 million). The transaction, which is expected to be completed by the end of 2020, should make a positive contribution to earnings from 2022/2023. Lusebrink considers the complete takeover to be plausible and strategically sensible in view of the high sales potential of Palforzia, the favorable time (significant price decline since market approval) and the strengthening of the Nestlé Health Science portfolio.

Lars Lusebrink, an analyst at Independent Research, confirms his hold recommendation for Nestlé shares. The price target will remain at CHF 115. (Analysis from 02.09.2020)

Please also note the information on the disclosure obligation in the event of conflicts of interest within the meaning of Directive 2014/57 / EU and corresponding EU regulations for the aforementioned analyst company under the following link.

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Nestlé (ISIN: CH0038863350, WKN: A0Q4DC, ticker symbol: NESR, SIX Swiss Ex: NESN, Nasdaq OTC symbol: NSRGF) is the largest food manufacturer in the world and the recognized number one in nutrition, health and wellbeing. Nestlé products are available all over the world. In addition to frozen products, various beverages (coffee, tea, mineral water, etc.), dairy products and confectionery, pharmaceutical products, special foods and products for pets are also manufactured. The group’s best-known brands include Nescafé, Nesquik, Maggi, Thomy, KitKat, Buitoni, LC1, Smarties and many more.

With the acquisition of Pfizer’s baby food division in 2012, the group is also active in this area. In addition, Nestlé tests the health benefits of its products in the field of sports nutrition in the company’s own high-tech center in Lausanne. Here Nestlé Health Science is working on the development of special foods that are supposed to help with diabetes, cardiovascular problems and Alzheimer’s. The company has manufacturing facilities all over the world. (02.09.2020 / ac / a / a)

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Vetoquinol: finalizes the acquisition of Profender® and Drontal® products – Insurance for Pets

Regulatory News:

Vetoquinol (Paris: VETO) confirms the acquisition of the rights in Europe and the United Kingdom to the Profender® and Drontal® product families. This acquisition was finalized on 1er August 2020.

Vetoquinol has acquired the Profender® and Drontal® products, intellectual property, registrations and other rights currently held by Bayer AG Animal Health for Europe and the United Kingdom. Profender® and Drontal® are deworming medicines for dogs and cats, available in tablets and spot-on application.

The purchase of Profender® and Drontal® by Vetoquinol is linked to the acquisition by Elanco of Bayer AG Animal Health, which was completed on 1er August 2020.

Matthieu Frechin, CEO of Vetoquinol, declared: “ We are pleased to have completed the acquisition of the Profender® and Drontal® product lines. These two ranges fit perfectly into our strategy; they will allow us to significantly increase our market share and our visibility in the antiparasitic segment, one of our strategic therapeutic areas. On the other hand, the Profender® and Drontal® products strengthen our portfolio of Essentials, the engines of our growth. I am proud of our teams who made it possible to carry out this external growth operation, despite the complicated context that the health crisis has imposed on us.  »

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About Vetoquinol

Vetoquinol is a benchmark international player in animal health, present in Europe, the Americas and Asia / Pacific.

Independent and “pure player”, Vetoquinol innovates, develops and markets veterinary drugs and non-drug products intended for production animals (cattle, pigs) and companion animals (dogs, cats).

Since its creation in 1933, Vetoquinol has combined innovation and geographic diversification. The strengthening of the product portfolio and the acquisitions made in areas with high potential ensure hybrid growth for the Group. As of June 30, 2020, Vetoquinol employs 2,401 people.

Vetoquinol has been listed on Euronext Paris since 2006 (mnemonic code: VETO).

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In tears in front of a frozen stray dog ​​in a bus station, this young man decides to offer him the warmth of his swimsuit! (Video) – Insurance for Pets

Posted on 09/01/2020 at 7:16 p.m.

Written by Alexander God
in the category Emotion

© Jose Roberto Silva / YouTube

On a cold day in Brazil, a subway user noticed a stray dog ​​shivering in the station. Without hesitation, the man took off his t-shirt to cover the frozen animal with cold. A scene that has toured social networks.

On Saturday August 22, the thermometer displayed between 8 and 11 ° C at São Paulo in Brazil. It was there lowest temperature registered in the metropolis in 2020. That day, Fernando Gabriel, 30 years old, and his brother Felipe paulino, 33 years old, came from Guarujá, coastal city, and were about to take the subway at the station Jabaquara, when they noticed a stray dog who had very cold.

The poor quadruped was lying at the foot of the ticket offices of the station and did not stop to shiver. Fernando Gabriel was the first to buy his ticket, then waited for his brother to do the same, but he had other priorities. While his younger brother was filming him, Felipe paulino took off his sweatshirt, then his T-shirt to put the latter on the dog and thus him keep warm, report G1-Globo. It was his favorite t-shirt, but nothing was more valuable to him than the welfare of this destitute animal.

 » It was something simple. I never imagined such repercussions. It didn’t cost anything. I have a dog and my brother has one too. We grew up with pets « , told Fernando Gabriel about this scene he immortalized.

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For its part, Felipe paulino said it was something natural :  » It was very cold, I bent down and started to stroke him. People were watching and doing nothing. One of them even called me crazy « . For the 2 young men, this gesture was nothing extraordinary, them whose parents have always helped abandoned animals.  » If he had been here in Guarujá I would have taken him to a vet and tried to find a loving family », He continued.

Simple little touches like this can help  » to make the world much better « , according to Felipe paulino, who says he has  » received many positive messages »After the publication of the video.


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a decapitated goat’s head found near Dunkirk – Insurance for Pets

The animal’s head was discovered by a walker on the protected site of the Dewulf dunes, on the Opal Coast. The owner and the coast guards believe the goat was killed for the meat.

A complaint was filed after the discovery of a decapitated goat’s head in the Dewulf dunes, Saturday, in Leffrinckoucke (North), near Dunkirk, reports France Bleu Nord, Monday August 31.

It is a walker who, Saturday, August 29, discovered the animal’s head cut off by an ax or a knife on the protected site of the Opal Coast. Very quickly, the coastal guards intervened and alerted the police. The goat’s body has not been found. An investigation is underway, but for the owner of the goat and the Coast Guard, the animal was killed in order to consume the meat.

A reinforced security system has been put in place in the dunes of Leffrinckoucke with more patrols and a photo trap system. The coastal conservatory and the owner of the goat filed a complaint.