Honey I'm Home Partners with West Coast Distributor


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Honey I’m Home reached a distribution agreement with United Pacific Pet (UPP) to distribute its line of natural treats throughout California, Arizona and Nevada, effective March 2019.

 

Honey I’m Home treats and chews are made in accordance with international animal welfare standards. The company uses only human-grade water buffalo out of India that are 100 percent grass-fed, free-range, grain-free and humanely-raised without the use of added antibiotics or hormones. Each treat is then coated in honey for a product that is sweet to the taste and strong in sustainability.

 

“We couldn’t be more thrilled about our new partnership with United Pacific Pet,” said Lisa Momberger, partner of Honey I’m Home. “UPP is one of the most respected distributors of pet supplies and we believe that their focus on innovative, high-quality foods and animal pet care products are the perfect recipe for a mutually-beneficial and long-lasting partnership.”

 

United Pacific Pet is a California pet food and pet products distributor. It has been serving retailers, feed stores, veterinary clinics and other pet professionals throughout California, Nevada, Arizona and Hawaii since 1918.

 

“We’re thrilled to be partnering with a company leading the charge in sustainable sourcing of pet consumables,” said Maureen Costello, president of UPP. “Their grass-fed, grain-free, non-GMO, limited ingredient dog treats and chews will be a perfect addition for our pet specialty retailers.”

 

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