Brutus Broth increases its distribution channels

Brutus Broth expands distribution channels in Midwest.

Brutus Broth, the must have pet nutrition product made with love and human grade bone broth, has expanded distribution in the Midwest with the addition of 300 Midwest stores in Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin and Illinois, including Meijer Grocery, Buehler’s Fresh Food, Dorothy Lane and more.  The latest round of retail launches marks a milestone in growth for the brand, now available in over 4,500 stores throughout the country and with a bigger Midwest footprint, joining major retailers, grocery chains and boutique pet shops alike, including Target, Petco, Jewel Osco, Woodmans, Giant Eagle, Cosentinos, Kimberton Whole Foods and Straubs.

 “The last few years have been ones of steady and significant growth for the business ," says CEO Sue Delegan. “The surge in adoptions throughout the pandemic presented us with amazing partnership opportunities for Brutus Broth to help even more dogs (and the humans that love them) live happy, healthy lives.”

“We’re honored to be able to bring Brutus Broth to the shelves of these stores, all who have built long standing relationships within their communities,” adds entrepreneur sister and president of Brutus Broth, Kim Hehir.  “We believe in giving back and expansion into these stores empowers to help even more organizations dedicated to improving the lives of animals in need.”

For more information and to find out what other retailers carry the Brutus Broth product line, visit BrutusBroth.com.  

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