Pet Food Press Releases

Latest campaigns, announcements and information from dog and cat food companies.

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Purina & AKC Canine Health Foundation partner for dogs

Research scientists and vets shared insights about advancing the lives of dogs at a recent AKC conference.
Their studies of canine epilepsy, cancer, tick-borne diseases, and anxiety-related behavioral problems – research funded in part by Purina – may one day provide cures or help owners treat debilitating conditions that potentially could shorten the lives of their beloved pets.
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Nature Gnaws heading to Costco

Nature Gnaws will be selling its bully sticks in select Costco stores.
Nature Gnaws, the Florida-based dog chew brand, announced that its premium line of bully sticks will be sold at select 48 Costco stores.
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Chicken Soup for the Soul Pet Food donates premium dog food

The donations are part of the Fill A Bowl... Feed A Soul effort to provide 1 million meals annually to pets.
Chicken Soup for the Soul Pet Food, a leading super premium pet food company, recently donated 2,010 pounds of their nutritious dog food to Marley’s Mutts Dog Rescue and their Pawsitive Change Prison Program. The donation is part of Chicken Soup for the Soul Pet Food’s Fill A Bowl...Feed A Soul (“FABFAS”) program, a national campaign targeting the donation of one million meals to shelter pets annually.
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Barrett Petfood Innovations celebrates breaking ground at new facility

The 160,000 square-foot facility is expected to more than double the company's production and employee numbers.
Barrett Petfood Innovations (BPI), a pet food manufacturer specialized in premium dog and cat food, celebrates breaking ground at their second production facility.  The 160,000 square-foot facility located on 18th Street Northeast in Little Falls is expected to be completed in June 2020 and will more than double the company's production and employee numbers.
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Nielsen gives comprehensive read of US pet retail market

Nielsen brings an inclusive view of pet specialty and non-specialty outlets, regional chains, independent stores and more.
Nielsen has released additional details around its launch of Nielsen Total U.S. Pet Retail, the industry's first holistic view of the U.S. pet retail market. By amplifying its read into the U.S. retail landscape, Nielsen has become the most prominent source of data within pet.
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JustFoodForDogs named #1 recommended fresh pet food by vets

The brand beats the pack in a national survey.
JustFoodForDogs, the first pet food brand to create fresh, human-grade food for pets in open-to-the-public kitchens, and the only brand on the market proven healthy by multiple independent university studies, has been named the number one recommended fresh pet food in the nation. In a survey of nearly 16,000 veterinarians across the country, JustFoodForDogs came out ahead of the pack as the brand recommended most over all other human-grade pet food brands, combined. The survey was conducted by The National Research Business Institute, one of the world’s leading business research and consulting firms.
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SuperZoo 2019 to launch new investor hub, product judging process

SuperZoo brings together investors and brands for education, networking, and a New Product Showcase.
SuperZoo, the largest global pet product marketplace, is gearing up to welcome over 21,000 pet industry professionals, August 20-22, in Las Vegas, Nevada. New show features including the SuperZoo Investor Hub and freshly enhanced New Product Showcase will provide retailers with an exclusive preview into future product development and emerging trends.  
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Yarrah awarded BCorp certificate

BCorp certification requires companies to excel on environmental impact, transparency, and corporate governance.
Yarrah, producer of organic food for cats and dogs, aims to make the world a better place through all its activities. On July 12 the company was awarded the BCorp certificate. This confirms Yarrah’s ability to satisfy the highest social-environmental quality standards and reduce its ecological footprint.
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