Commencing November 2019, Caru Pet Food will be partnering with the Pet Firm, a premier pet specialty sales brokerage organization. The Pet Firm will have national sales responsibility for all Caru foods and treats including both the Caru Classics and Daily Dish brands. The immediate objective of this new partnership is to support current distributors by expanding retail distribution and sales of both current Caru product offerings as well as new products planned for early 2020.
Founded in 2002, the Pet Firm is an integrated sales, marketing and merchandising solutions provider with a history of success in the Pet Specialty industry. The secret to their success is based on providing multiple strategic approaches to help brands thrive among both pet product distributors and independent retailers across North America.
“We’ve been very impressed with The Pet Firm’s strong endorsement and eagerness to partner with Caru Pet Food,” said Adrian Pettyan, co-founder and CEO of Caru Pet Food. “As we approach the new year, we’re grateful to our new team members and the work they will do to promote our products. 2020 is shaping up to be an exciting year for us, and we’re thrilled to start it with this new partnership.”
Caru Pet Food proudly manufactures delicious and nutritious stews, bone broths and treats for dogs and cats. The Classics line for dogs and cats feature specially formulated, human-grade stews for the health of the pet that “taste just like homemade.” The Daily Dish line of stews for dogs is a value option for pet parents who want human-grade quality and exceptional nutrition but desire a lower price. Plus, with the addition of their bone broths and treats, Caru’s product round-up has options to please even the pickiest eater. All of Caru’s stews and bone broths are also packaged in eco-friendly Tetra Pak cartons to preserve freshness and makes serving them even easier.
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