Pets Global To Showcase New Product Lines at Global Pet Expo


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Pets Global will officially release its newest pet food products at Global Pet Expo: Inception and Zignature Select Cuts. 

The new developments will be shared with attendees for the first time at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla., from Feb. 26 through Feb. 28.

The brand's latest line, Inception, is a pet food line for dogs and cats that contains at least 70 percent fish and animal protein ingredients, bound with healthy ingredients such as oats, millet, and milo. The line comes with four dog recipes and three cat recipes free of corn, potato, legumes, wheat and soy.

Zignature Select Cuts is another new product line that will be announced at the show. The line is grain inclusive and legume-free. Because Inception and Zignature Select Cuts are both grain-inclusive, they are suitable options for pet parents seeking a grain friendly diet.

"Our customers view their pets as an extension of their family, and as a result, they expect our formulas to include the very best possible in high-quality ingredients," said Neil Thompson, vice president of sales for Pets Global. "We've focused a great deal of time and research on creating high-quality products full of nutrients so our customers can feel confident they're feeding their dogs food that will contribute to their overall health and well-being."

Pets Global currently offers 53 different formulas across their different pet food brands.

 

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