Supply problems caused by a fire at a petfood production facility in Morinville, Canada, owned by Champion Petfoods have now been resolved.
The fire at the plant that produces the Orijen and Acana petfood brands resulted in supply issues. However, normal operations at the plant resumed nearly three weeks ago, making all products available again. The company says availability has improved even more thanks to the new facility, which offers 25 percent greater production capacity.
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