BOSTON — North Coast Seafoods’ brand Simply Naked™ Pet Foods recently announced a distribution partnership with Choice Pet Products. The distributor will offer Simply Naked’s full range of products to independent pet retailers.
“We are thrilled to partner with Choice Pet Products to further expand the distributorship of Simply Naked to independent retailers throughout the Southeast, bringing fish-first Simply Naked dog and cat foods to their pet-passionate customers,” said Jon Wooner, pet products director at North Coast Seafoods. “Inspired by our legacy of sustainability and commitment to superior quality, our team at North Coast Seafoods is grateful for the opportunity to offer Simply Naked’s premium, natural and nutrition-focused recipes to pet parents who pay close attention to high-quality ingredients. Our strong relationships with amazing partners who share our passion and vision are what make our continued growth possible.”
Simply Naked’s dog and cat foods include grain-free and grain-inclusive formulas. For dogs, Simply Naked’s offerings include Grain-Free Wild Alaskan Salmon Dinner for adult dogs, and Grain-Inclusive Wild Select Seafood Dinner for adult dogs and puppies. For cats, Simply Naked’s offerings include Grain-Free Wild Haddock & Cod Dinner and Grain-Free Wild Alaskan Salmon Dinner for adult cats, and Grain-Inclusive Wild Acadian Redfish Dinner for adult cats and kittens.
“We are incredibly excited to partner with Simply Naked and strengthen our portfolio of chicken and beef-based alternatives,” said Janet Carter Smith, president of Choice Pet Products. “Our pet retailers will love how Simply Naked’s fish-based solutions are packed with health benefits and provide dogs and cats with a natural diet rich in wholesome nutrition to live a healthy life. Simply Naked aligns perfectly with our core principles, and we know our customers can trust the time-honored relationships Simply Naked has built with veteran fishermen all around the globe to source the absolute highest caliber seafood for Simply Naked Pet Food.”
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