Human Grade Dog Food Company, Frenchie’s Kitchen, to Introduce New White Fish and Veggies Grain Free Entrée at Super Zoo this Month in Las Vegas

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New White Fish and Veggies Grain Free Entrée by Frenchie’s Kitchen Is the Company’s Second Grain Free and Gluten Free Product Offering.

New Frenchie's Kitchen White Fish and Veggies Entree

"I strongly believe that dog owners that feed Frenchie’s Kitchen products will see healthier dogs, and have fewer vet visits over their lifetimes." Sara Kuris-Morgan, Founder of Frenchie's Kitchen

Frenchie’s Kitchen founder, Sara Kuris-Morgan, began her company under the premise that if “Whole Food Nutrition” had so many health benefits for humans, that it had to have equally as many benefits or more for dogs. Thus she began Frenchie’s Kitchen by formulating dog food products with 100% Human Grade, USA-Sourced, Whole Food Ingredients, made in a USDA Human Food Facility.

What exactly are 100% Whole Food Ingredients? They are real foods in their natural state, with no refinement or processing. This would include foods like fruits, vegetables and whole grains. These foods have not had any vitamins, minerals or nutrients removed or added to them. Many studies have shown that a diet high in natural, whole food ingredients reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease and cancer in humans; so Ms. Kuris-Morgan began making dog food from whole food ingredients, convinced they would create similar benefits for dogs.

With Frenchie’s Kitchen’s latest new product, the “White Fish and Veggies Grain Free Entrée,” the company now has a second grain-free and gluten-free product offering. The clean, simple ingredient deck for the “White Fish and Veggies Grain Free Entrée” clearly demonstrates the company’s mission of only using Whole Food Ingredients, as it includes: 100% USDA white fish, potatoes, green beans, carrots, broccoli, peas, celery, spinach, kale, eggs, eggshell calcium, organic kelp powder and organic flaxseed meal. All vitamins and minerals in the “White Fish and Veggies Grain Free Entrée” come from the food itself, with no additives. Like all of Frenchie’s Kitchen’s products, no meat meals, corn, preservatives, processed grains, animal and poultry fat or sweeteners are used---ingredients that many popular dog foods regularly include.

Ms. Kuris-Morgan is thrilled to be able to launch the new “White Fish and Veggies Grain Free Entrée” in time for July’s Super Zoo pet industry trade show this week. “I have had such an overwhelming response to the Frenchie’s Kitchen product line since I started,” said Ms. Kuris-Morgan. “As more and more attention is rightfully placed on the ingredient list in dog foods, many pet stores and their shoppers realize they can do better when it comes to feeding their four legged family members. Frenchie’s Kitchen uses the finest USA-Sourced, Human-Grade, Whole Food Ingredients, and our new “White Fish and Veggies Grain Free Entrée” is a perfect example of that. I strongly believe that dog owners that feed Frenchie’s Kitchen products will see healthier dogs, and have fewer vet visits over their lifetimes.”

Frenchie’s Kitchen’s new “White Fish and Veggies Grain-Free Entrée” comes in a single 5oz container or in a carton with two 12oz tubs.

Frenchie’s Kitchen will be exhibiting at Booth 5071 at Super Zoo from July 21st-23rd in Las Vegas at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center.

Frenchie’s Kitchen began in 2007 when its founder, Sara Kuris-Morgan, started preparing prescription meals in her own kitchen for a holistic vet. Shortly thereafter Frenchie’s Kitchen entered the pet industry on a broader scale, introducing a brand new category of dog food—the “gently cooked, frozen meals” category. Frenchie’s Kitchen’s first products were created specifically for small-to-medium-sized dogs. All ingredients used in Frenchie’s Kitchen products are USA- Sourced, Human Grade, Whole Food Ingredients, prepared in a USDA Human Food Facility. To learn more about Frenchie’s Kitchen and its products, visit http://www.frenchieskitchen.com.

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