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2019 (May): Blue Buffalo and Petco Foundation award a US$250,000 grant to Morris Animal Foundation to fund feline cancer studies. As of May 2019, the partnership has invested US$15 million in pet cancer research and treatment since 2010. 2018 (April): General Mills acquires Blue Buffalo. 2015 (July): In its initial public offering, Blue Buffalo raises US$677 million for market cap of US$5.3 billion. Renaissance Capital deems it the fifth-largest IPO of the year to date. 2014 (September): The company begins manufacturing operations at its Heartland facility in Joplin, Missouri, USA, which is expected to meet most needs for dry food production for the next several years. 2014 (May): Purina sues Blue Buffalo for false advertising. 2012 (July): Blue Buffalo Pet Products is formed as a Delaware, USA, corporation, and a corporate reorganization exchanged the stock of Blue for the stock of BBPP. Additionally, BBPP established another Delaware corporation, Blue Pet Products, Inc., which then became the sole shareholder of Blue. 2006 (December): The company converts into a corporation under the name Blue Buffalo Company, Ltd. 2002 (August): The Blue Buffalo Company, LLC, is founded.
Basics, Wilderness, Freedom, Life Protection Formula, Natural Veterinary Diet
North America, Asia Pacific
Dry Dog Food, Cat Treats Snacks, Wet Dog Food, Wet Cat Food, Dog Treats Snacks, Dry Cat Food
|Annual Revenue 2019||$1,430,000,000|
|Production Plants 2019||1|
|Total Facilities 2019||5|
|Annual Revenue 2018||$1,300,000,000|
|Production Plants 2018||1|
|Total Facilities 2018||5|
|Annual Revenue 2017||$1,275,000,000|
|Production Plants 2017||1|
|Total Facilities 2017||5|