My Perfect Pet To Open Second Food Processing Facility


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My Perfect Pet started construction on its second food processing facility located in Sulphur Springs, TX. 

 

The reasons for starting the second operation in Texas are threefold, according to Karen Neola, founder and CEO. “First, it is more centrally located to our distributor partners in the Midwest, Northeast and Southeast. Secondly, it enables us to be physically closer to our primary sources of grass fed beef and other farmed ingredients. Plus, with our facility being built to USDA food manufacturing standards, we can be licensed in the state of Texas as a food facility under continual USDA inspection, not as a pet food company which is presumed to be a far lower standard.” 

 

As a food processing facility, My Perfect Pet food blends will be consumable for both pets and their owners, said Neola. 

 

The official ground-breaking ceremony took place at 9 a.m. on July 31. The new facility, which will be located at 49 Pioneer Parkway in Sulphur Springs, will encompass over 19,000 square feet.

 

My Perfect Pet offers ten frozen blends for dogs and three for cats, as well as specialty diets for pets with health issues, such as Low Phosphorus and Low Glycemic (Potato-free/Grain-free) recipes. The company offers options for pets in all life stages, from puppy to senior adult. My Perfect Pet diets are distributed in Texas by Supreme Pet, located in Houston. Other partners in the company’s national distribution network are Pet Food Experts, Rio Grande Pet Food & Supply, Sunburst Pet Supplies, and United Pacific Pet

 

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