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Caru Daily Dish Introduces Two New Flavors For Dogs




(PRESS RELEASE) VERO BEACH, FL – Adding to their everyday value line of stews, Caru Pet Food crafted two new delicious Daily Dish flavors: Turkey and Turkey with Wild Salmon. These stews join the four existing flavors (Beef, Chicken, Beef with Chicken and Turkey with Lamb) for a well-rounded collection of flavor profiles for pups to enjoy. Like the rest of Caru’s product offerings, Daily Dish stews are made in a human-grade facility with human-grade ingredients and are completely grain free.

“We know many dogs have allergies or aversions to certain proteins so we wanted to expand our current offering to include those specifications,” comments CEO & Co-Founder Adrian Pettyan. “ The Turkey and Turkey with Wild Salmon stews provide adequate daily nutrition and give pet parents a wider array of options to suit any dietary needs. Plus they taste delicious and are affordable for everyday feeding.”

These hearty stews are made with non-GMO ingredients and do not contain any wheat, gluten, soy ingredients or animal by-products. The protein in Daily Dish stews comes from meat, poultry and fish as well as chickpeas, flaxseed and egg whites. The stew line also looks, smells, and tastes like a home cooked meal.

All of Caru’s Classic and Daily Dish Stews for dogs are made in the USA and come in Tetra Pak cartons. This BPA-free sustainable packaging keeps stews fresh without preservatives. The Tetra Pak is made from up to 70-percent renewable materials that are post-consumer recyclable, making them eco-friendly. Once opened, the stews can be served, enjoyed and refrigerated for up to three days right in the Tetra Pak carton, without any metallic taste. Daily Dish Stews come in a 12.5-ounce Tetra Pak carton.

The suggested retail price for these stews is $2.99 per carton. To learn more about Caru’s human grade Daily Dish Stews for dogs, visit or call 855-330-CARU.




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