CHINO, CALIF. — Caduceus Software Systems, Corp., parent company of McLovin’s Pet, announced Sept. 14 it has partnered with three major retailers to expand McLovin’s presence both in-store and online. The company has teamed up with Tractor Supply and Pet Supermarket for in-store distribution, and Petco.com for online distribution.
These partnerships will make McLovin’s Pet products available in more than 1,900 Tractor Supply Stores and over 200 Pet Supermarket stores across the United States. Caduceus described the expansion as “an unprecedented opportunity to reach pet parents across the country.”
“McLovin's has seen exponential growth in recent years, and it is with great excitement that we announce our recent retail partnerships,” said David Ji, founder of McLovin’s Pet and chief executive officer of Caduceus Software Systems since June. “These collaborations enable us to offer our top-tier pet food products to a wider audience, ensuring that more pets can enjoy the benefits of nutritious, delicious meals.”
Caduceus has also expanded e-commerce availability of Fur Valley Pet, a “more affordable product line” under the McLovin’s business. Fur Valley Pet products for dogs and cats will now be available on Chewy.com, Walmart Marketplace and Vitacost, an online marketplace for Kroger’s.
“We are delighted to expand our product offerings through our Fur Valley Pet line on platforms like Chewy.com, Kroger's online shop Vitacost and Walmart Marketplace,” Ji added. “Online shopping is a significant part of the consumer landscape, and we are committed to meeting the needs of our customers wherever they choose to shop.”
This distribution expansion follows a recent partnership between Caduceus, McLovin’s Pet and Canature Kitchen LA, through which Canature Kitchen LA will provide future production capacity for the McLovin’s brand.
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