The Honest Kitchen, a maker of human-grade, dehydrated petfoods, was recently selected to be featured on CBS’ annual "Food Show."
The episode, which aired on CBS, covers recipes, food pairings, food tourism and current food trends, including a growing trend of gourmet food for pets. CBS visited The Honest Kitchen’s headquarters in San Diego, California, USA, where the petfood company’s founder, Lucy Postins, and her team tested out the human-grade foods with their pets and spoke to the importance of feeding dogs a nutritious diet.
Postins was featured alongside Wolfgang Puck and experts from Cooking Light and Saveur.
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