FORT COLLINS — The Safe Quality Food Institute has awarded PetDine’s Colorado manufacturing and warehouse facilities a 94 out of 100 Good Safe Quality Food audit rating.
The facilities, which include a recently opened 105,000-square-foot plant in Windsor, passed an audit of all production processes to earn the certification.
PetDine offers baked treats, semi-moist treats, long goods, blends, soft chews, liquids, and powders. ADM acquired a 75% ownership stake in PetDine in September 2021.
“The certification process is an important factor in delivering on PetDine’s ‘Made Better’ promise to clients served across the globe,” Amy McCarthy, vice president, ADM Pet Nutrition – North America, said in a prepared statement. “Earning a high rating is a significant achievement and demonstrates the team’s dedication to producing the highest quality pet supplements and treats for clients to bring to market.”