Caru Pet Food Unveils Its Debut Product Lines



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Caru Pet Food has introduced its debut product lines: super-premium stew and treats for dogs. Caru Real Beef, Chicken, Turkey and Pork Stews have USDA-inspected meat or poultry as the first ingredient, along with carefully selected vegetables and fruit.


The recipes are prepared in small batches in the U.S., and do not contain wheat, gluten, corn, soy or animal by-products. The Stews are packed in Tetra Pak cartons, allowing the company “to provide a shelf-stable line without preservatives,” said company founder Adrian Pettyan.

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

Caru Soft ‘n Tasty Chicken, Beef and Duck Recipe Treats also feature real meat or poultry as the first ingredient. The treats are packed with high-quality protein to promote strong muscles and a healthy heart, along with healthy blueberries and cranberries. The treats are naturally preserved and prepared in small batches in the U.S. Available in both Bar and Bite varieties. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The company is touting the benefits of its Tetra Pak cartons. “They’re made from BPA-free materials that are biodegradable. And since these packages present a flat face, unlike cans, they are more impactful when displayed on shelf,” Pettyan said. The packages are also easy to open, serve, close, travel with and store. The infographic below explains more about the benefits of Tetra Pak cartons.

 

 

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