FORT COLLINS, COLO. — On June 24, PetDine announced the hiring of Tirrel Miller as the pet treat co-manufacturer’s new quality assurance manager.
Miller will be responsible for ensuring the quality, health and safety of PetDine’s pet products. She will oversee the company’s food safety and quality standards, making sure it is compliant with Safe Quality Food (SQF) benchmarks and certification criteria as the company continues to grow and expand.
“Quality is at the center of everything we do,” said Preston Munsch, chief executive officer of PetDine. “PetDine is at the forefront of the fast-paced, ever-growing pet products industry. Delivering the highest quality products for our clients, and ultimately our beloved pets, will always take top priority. Tirrel will be instrumental in PetDine providing the best end results for our furry friends.”
PetDine opened its second facility in Fort Collins in April, which has doubled its production capacity.
Miller offers a decade of quality assurance and food safety experience. She previously served as an environmental health specialist for Larimer County and, before that, implemented quality management systems at Noosa Yoghurt and NSF International. At the start of her career, Miller operated her own mobile food business, implementing quality control practices herself.
“I believe strongly in the right and best kind of nutrition for all—humans and animals,” Miller said. “It’s so refreshing to be a part of a company that has your pet’s best interest at heart and only gives them the finest.”
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