Nature Gnaws, one of the fastest growing dog chew company’s announced an important alliance with Midwest Laboratories. Nature Gnaws prioritizes the safety and health, and have taken impressive steps to ensure the peace of mind of the consumer. Retaining Midwest Laboratories reassures the quality testing process goes beyond industry standards, says the company.
Nature Gnaws is known for single-ingredient natural chews including bully sticks, pork chews and chicken treats. Once the meat is cleaned with water and baked in FDA-approved kitchens, the chews are sent to Midwest Laboratories where they provide Nature Gnaws state-of-the-art microbiological tests. These tests provide an extra level of protection, ensuring all products are free from salmonella, e-coli and other bacterial contaminations. This additional step is not required in the industry but Nature Gnaws believes it’s a necessary step to keep their products safe and nutritious.
“The health and safety of every dog is the cornerstone of our business,” says co founder, Jay Mokbel. “We started this company with the intention of providing transparent products and processes. Every consumer deserves to know what they are giving their dogs.”
As Nature Gnaws continues to expand since going into business only 3 years ago, they have built an impressive selection of dog chews and bully sticks for furry canines of all types. They are a top selling Amazon dog product and now also carry natural salmon chews, chicken jerky strips, himalayan yak chews and multiple combo packs so dogs can “test chew” different types of product.
In addition to being available on Amazon, consumers can also purchase their premium, safety tested products on Chewy, Target.com and Walmart.com.
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