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Caru Pet Food Announces New Cat Stews




(PRESS RELEASE) VERO BEACH, FL – Fans of Caru’s cat treats have something new to be excited about this year. Launching at Global Pet Expo, Caru Pet Food is pleased to introduce their newest product line– Cat Stews. These classic stews for cats will come in four delicious flavors – Chicken, Chicken with Crab, Turkey and Wild Salmon & Turkey – and will join Caru’s two dog stew lines, Classic and Daily Dish.  

“We are thrilled to be adding another cat product to our lineup,” says Adrian Pettyan, Caru’s CEO and Co-Founder. “Our delicious new cat stews are made with carefully crafted recipes that will please any picky eater and are fit for a healthy feline lifestyle.”

These specialized, limited ingredient natural diets look, smell and taste like a home cooked meal and can be served to cats in every life stage. Like Caru’s dog stews, the cat stews are American-made in a human grade facility using human grade ingredients sourced in the USA. They’re packed with added vitamins, minerals and taurine, and contain no GMO ingredients, grains or gluten.

All of Caru’s stews for cats and dogs, as well as their bone broths, come in Tetra Pak cartons. This BPA-free sustainable packaging keeps stews fresh without preservatives. Plus, the Tetra Pak carton 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 in the Tetra Pak carton, without any metallic taste.

The cat stews come in a 6-ounce Tetra Pak carton and are available for a suggested retail price of $2.69 per carton. To learn more about Caru’s human grade stews, visit or call 855-330-CARU.




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