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Simply Naked Pet Foods Announces Partnership with Natural Animal Nutrition

NAN will now offer a full range of 5 Simply Naked dog foods and cat foods.





(PRESS RELEASE) BOSTON, MA – Harnessing the Power of Vitamin Sea, fish-first Simply Naked Pet Foods by North Coast Seafoods announces a distribution partnership with Natural Animal Nutrition (NAN) serving independent pet retailers, kennels, veterinary hospitals, and health food stores throughout the Mid-Atlantic.

NAN, who is committed to partnering with high quality nutritional products, will now offer a full range of 5 Simply Naked dog foods and cat foods, including 2 grain-free SKUs for dogs (Wild Alaskan Salmon Dinner for Dogs and Wild Select Seafood Dinner for Dogs and Puppies) + 3 grain-free SKUs for cats (Wild Haddock & Cod Dinner for Cats, Wild Acadian Redfish Dinner for Cats and Kitten, and Wild Alaskan Salmon Dinner for Cats).

“We are thrilled to partner with NAN to further expand distributorship of Simply Naked to independent retailers throughout the Mid-Atlantic, bringing fish-first Simply Naked dog and cat foods to their pet-passionate customers,” states Jon Wooner, Pet Products director at North Coast Seafoods. “Inspired by our legacy of sustainability and commitment to superior quality, our team at North Coast Seafoods is grateful for the opportunity to offer Simply Naked’s premium, natural, and nutrition-focused recipes to pet-parents that pay close attention to high-quality ingredients. Our strong relationships with amazing partners that share our passion and vision are what make our continued growth possible.”

To learn more about Simply Naked’s growth and commitment to global sustainability as well as pet health, quality and nutrition, or to explore the company’s full line of products for dogs and cats, please visit For more information on Natural Animal Nutrition, please visit



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