A collection of new dog and cat treats launched so far in 2020.
Bond Pet Foods, a biotechnology startup using fermentation to produce lab-cultured protein sources, announced the launch of its first product May 6, Protein-Packed Dog Treat Bars. They are formulated with novel dry yeast protein and include at least 29% protein per bar. Bond Pet Foods also announced the development of its first lab-cultured, meatless chicken proteins, which will be used in the company’s sustainable pet food products expected to launch in 2023.
These aren’t your average dog treats. And they’re not for average dogs. These treats are made for trail blazing, road running, squirrel chasing, park punishing dogs that are on the move. Packaged in convenient, single-serve bars, these treats travel with pet owners and their canine companions for an energy boost wherever the road may take them. Made with real protein #1 and real fruits and veggies, they support healthy digestion while providing substantial chewing satisfaction. These treats are available in three flavor combinations in 12-count display-ready cartons, including Chicken & Mango, Lamb & Apple, and Salmon & Carrot formulas. They will launch in fall 2020.
Jinx, a superfood brand that fosters complete-and-balanced wellness for modern dogs, has launched its new ultra premium, naturally-delicious and heart-healthy Pumpkin & Apple treats just in time for fall. Each plant-based biscuit is made with only eight human-grade ingredients and packed with superfoods including real pumpkin, apples and chia seeds that provide natural boosts of vitamins A and C that support the modern dog’s immune system, digestion and more. All ingredients are 100% USA-sourced and made without any artificials, chemicals or preservatives.
The perfect low-calorie treat, each biscuit features natural dietary fibers and a crunchy texture for chewing. These all-natural, munchable treats are the perfect way to make any pup’s day and improve their nutrition with healthful, delicious ingredients fit for the modern dog.
Many on the list tout functional formulations to address key need states among dogs and cats.
Supporting mobility, anxiety relief, gut health, skin and coat health, and other in-demand need states.