Wellness natural petfood brand is adding 49 new product SKUs to its petfood line, with many new grain-free petfood or limited ingredient diets.
Among the new products are 9 new Wellness CORE grain-free recipes for dogs and 12 new Wellness CORE grain-free recipes for cats, 16 newly reformulated Wellness Simple: Limited Ingredient Diet for Dogs recipes, and 12 extensions to the line of grain-free Wellness Cubed, Sliced and Minced Canned Cat Cuts recipes.
New canine recipes include: Dry CORE Puppy Formula; Dry CORE Small Breed Formula; Canned CORE Beef, Venison & Lamb Formula; Canned CORE Weight Management Formula; Canned CORE Turkey, Pork Liver & Duck Formula; and Canned CORE Puppy Formula. New feline recipes include: Dry CORE Kitten Formula; Dry CORE Turkey, Turkey Meal & Duck Formula; Dry CORE Indoor Formula; Canned CORE Kitten Formula; Canned CORE Beef, Venison & Lamb Formula; Canned CORE Turkey & Duck Formula; and Canned CORE Indoor Formula.
New Wellness Simple: Limited Ingredient Diet dry and canned canine formulas include: Simple Duck & Oatmeal Formula; Simple Turkey & Potato Formula; Simple Salmon & Potato Formula; and Simple Lamb & Oatmeal Formula.
Additionally, the Wellness Cubed, Sliced and Minced Canned Cat Cuts line was expanded with a new 5.5-ounce can size in the flavors of chicken, turkey, salmon and tuna, in cubed, sliced and minced textures. The line also includes chicken-free and fish-free varieties in every form.
New Wellness recipes are available at pet specialty retailers in the US and Canada.
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