CABLE, WIS. — Remy’s Kitchen, a family-owned manufacturer of premium, freeze-dried pet treats and meal mixers, shared that it has partnered with Generation Pet, expanding its distribution. 

Generation Pet is a family-owned distributor that focuses on providing high-quality, natural pet products to independent retailers. The company will distribute Remy’s Kitchen’s products throughout the Mid-Atlantic and northeastern United States. 

“When we met Lisa and her husband at Global Pet Expo this past March, we knew right away that Remy’s Kitchen was a product we wanted to carry,” said Eliza John of Generation Pet. “Not only is it in line with our company principles of providing the best nutritional treats and mixers, but the drive and passion from Lisa and her husband shined through when talking about their products. We are very excited for our partnership in providing nutritious products to our pets.”

Remy’s Kitchen specializes in freeze-dried treats and functional meal mixers, all of which will be available to Generation Pet’s retail partners. The company’s products are made in small batches in the United States and are formulated with human-grade ingredients that are free from chemicals and artificial preservatives. Remy’s Kitchen’s treats are freeze-dried to help preserve nutrients, flavor and aroma and contain raw, farm-fresh, locally sourced proteins. The company’s SuperfoodPLUS Meal Mixers specifically target a variety of bodily systems, including joint, skin and coat, and gut health. The mixers are formulated with pre- and probiotics, bone broth, whole goats’ milk and other functional ingredients. 

“We are excited to partner with Generation Pet to bring Remy’s Kitchen to customers in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast,” said Lisa McMillan, founder of Remy’s Kitchen. “Gen Pet’s mission of spreading high quality products and education about the importance of pet nutrition aligns perfectly with our desire to share the finest biologically appropriate and delicious treats and meal mixers with our animal companions.”

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