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Bentley’s applauds pet food companies for leaving Chewy

Bentley’s Pet Stuff commended Fromm and Champion for their support of independent retailers.
Bentley’s Pet Stuff is applauding decisions made in July 2017 by Fromm and Champion Petfoods to pull their products off of Chewy.com, along with Tuffy’s Pet Foods decision to do the same in April 2017.
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Judge rejects prescription pet food conspiracy claims

A US federal judge rejected claims by pet owners that pet food companies, retailers and veterinary clinics conspired to fix prescription pet food prices.
California, USA District Judge Maxine Chesney ruled that the plaintiffs did not sufficiently allege that the pet food companies and retailers conspired against consumers.
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Chicken rules the roost of dog and cat food proteins

Learn what other meats appear frequently in dog and cat foods in the full analysis on the Dog and Cat Food Ingredient Center.
Chicken appears in more pet foods than any other meat, according to an analysis of the Dog and Cat Food Ingredient Center.
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Diana Pet Food to increase participation in Yummypets

Diana’s investment in the social network reflects digital trends in pet food marketing.
Diana Pet Food is increasing its share in Yummypets, a social network for pet owners. The initial investment in the online pet community took place in 2016.
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Fromm, Champion pull products from Chewy

Fromm and Champion are following Tuffy's lead after PetSmart's acquisition of Chewy.com.
Fromm Family Foods and Champion Petfoods have informed independent retailers who carry their foods and treats that they are pulling their products from Chewy.com.
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Freshpet cuts downtime with automatic splicing

Freshpet manufacturing will install a second Butler Auto-splicer in their new packaging line.
Freshpet is looking to cut downtime and increase productivity with the installation of a second Butler Auto-splicer on their Chub-maker line.
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Treatibles will launch new chew product at SuperZoo

Treatibles Hemp Wellness Chews will launch a new chew product at SuperZoo 2017 in support of Villalobos Rescue Center.
Treatibles has partnered with Villalobos Rescue Center to introduce Tater’s Sweet Potato Tots, a new grain free chew that will benefit the New Orleans-based Rescue. One dollar from each bag sold will be donated to help cover veterinary expenses at Villalobos.
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