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Petaluma Products Selected as a Good Housekeeping 2023 Sustainable Innovation Awards Winner

They are the Roasted Peanut Butter and Sweet Potato Flavor Baked Food for Adult Dogs.

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(PRESS RELEASE) OAKLAND, CA – Petaluma, announced that the Roasted Peanut Butter and Sweet Potato Flavor Baked Food for Adult Dogs was named as a winner in Good Housekeeping’s 2023 Sustainable Innovation Awards. The full list of awards can be found on Good Housekeeping here.

“We are so excited that our Roasted Peanut Butter and Sweet Potato Flavor Baked Food for Adult Dogs has been named a Good Housekeeping 2023 Sustainable Innovation award winner,” said Garrett Wymore, co-founder and CEO of Petaluma. “We worked closely with nutrition and sustainability experts for years to provide today’s consumers with a radically sustainable plant-based dog food that considers our pets and the planet.”

Petaluma Roasted Peanut Butter and Sweet Potato Flavor is made using solar power and replaces resource-intensive ingredients with plant-based alternatives that require far less land, water, and greenhouse gas emissions. Guided by science, Petaluma selects wholesome, functional ingredients and sources them from organic farms. This veterinarian-formulated nutrition provides dogs with all the protein, vitamins, and healthy fiber they need to thrive with a dramatically lower environmental pawprint.

Petaluma is better for pets and the planet, using 60% less freshwater, 80% fewer greenhouse emissions, and 90% less land use impact than traditional kibble. In addition to the Roasted Peanut Butter and Sweet Potato Flavor, Petaluma makes a single-ingredient Sweet Potato Jerky, and additional innovations are slated to be announced in the coming weeks. Find Petaluma’s slow-roasted dog food and dehydrated treats at feedpetaluma.com, plus Amazon, Erewhon, and Good Eggs.

About Petaluma

Founded by Garrett Wymore and Caroline Buck in 2019, Petaluma is a sustainable dog nutrition brand with an ambitious goal to challenge the pet food industry’s reliance on animal agriculture. Petaluma first launched its gently oven-baked dog food in July 2021 before expanding into treats less than a year later. The mission-driven brand replaces resource-intensive animal ingredients with plant-based alternatives that require far less land, water, and greenhouse gas emissions. Backed by science and formulated by veterinarians, Petaluma provides all the nutrients dogs need for a healthy and balanced diet. As a public benefit corporation, Petaluma is a Certified B Corporation®, Climate Neutral Certified, and a member of 1% for the Planet. Petaluma is based in Oakland, CA. To learn more, go to feedpetaluma.com.

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