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Stella & Chewy’s Introduces New Products for Dogs and Cats

The new products are made in the United States and are available now at select retail locations and online.




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(PRESS RELEASE) OAK CREEK, WI – Stella & Chewy’s, a best-in-class premium nutritional pet food, is going hog wild with bacon since announcing the addition of the new ingredient to their line of dog products in June, and has now launched a new soft and chewy dog treat, Crav’n Bac’n Bites. And cats will enjoy two new recipes that have been added to the raw coated and raw blend kibble.

“We’ve been overwhelmed with the response we’ve received since adding bacon to our product lines this year,” said Marc Hill, CEO, Stella & Chewy’s. “Bacon is just one of our newly added ingredients and an example of how our products are continually evolving, while always offering pet parents the highest nutritional quality that they expect from our products.”

Crav’n Bac’n are all-natural soft and chewy treats that have bacon as the number one ingredient. These scrumptious treats are only three calories per treat, and are made with absolutely no legume, potato, corn, wheat or soy. Crav’n Bac’n come in an 8.25-ounce zip-tight bag and available in four recipes: bacon and beef, chicken, duck and Pork.

Cats will be purring with delight when they find out Stella & Chewy’s have added two new delectable recipes to its kibble line. Cage free duck is now available in raw coated kibble and wild caught salmon, cod and tuna have been added to the raw blend kibble. Meat is the number one ingredient followed by animal meal, have responsibly source animal proteins and are rich in omega fatty acids for healthy skin and coat. The meals are available in three sizes: 2.5-pound, 5-pound and 10-pound zip-tight bags.

“We are incredibly pleased with how our cat line has taken off,” said Hill, “and feedback from our pet parents helps us to strategize what to add in the future.”

The new products are made in the United States and are available now at select retail locations and online.




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