The South Florida dog chew company continues to see growth during the national pandemic. Expansion includes additional space for inventory, staff and logistical support to meet rising demand and distribution.
Nature Gnaws, the Florida based dog chew brand with an extensive line of your pet’s favorite natural chews, announced upcoming plans to add 6,000 sq ft to its area headquarters and warehouse. As the nation continues to stay safer at home, increased demand for pet products mixed with rising brand awareness surrounding Nature Gnaws is the catalyst for exciting growth.
Nature Gnaws is fortunate to be adding jobs to the South Florida job market, and recently announced its 50th hire to the company. Located in the Quiet Waters Business Park in Deerfield Beach, the company will add the 6,000 sq/ft of mixed use space to its current 26,000 sq/ft already fully utilized by its team. Nature Gnaws recently began hiring new employees and is currently seeking additional staff to fill an assortment of roles for 2020 and beyond.
As dog owners spend more time at home, Nature Gnaws is the “go to” dog chew product and continues to see a major increase in orders from Amazon, Chewy, Walmart.com, Target.com and its website, NatureGnaws.com. Nature Gnaws is also experiencing increased demand for its monthly subscription program, the Gnaw Box, which packs 15-20 irresistible chews and contains an assortment of single-ingredient Bully Sticks, Beef Jerky Chews, Deer Antlers and more.
“This expansion of our headquarters is a massive, yet necessary undertaking to meet the demand for Nature Gnaws products,” says Co-Founder of Nature Gnaws, Jay Mokbel. “There are multiple factors contributing to our ongoing success, but the one thing that stands out is that we have a lot of happy dogs and owners out there. We thank them for putting their trust in our brand.”
To learn more about Nature Gnaws and its extensive line of dog chews visit www.naturegnaws.com.
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