Pet Age

April 19, 2017

After reformulating its raw food recipe with a specific focus on fighting cancer and other autoimmune diseases, connecting with a new manufacturer, and gathering feedback from all its clients and redesigning its packaging and process to make raw feeding easier and more convenient, Dr. B’s Longevity Raw Pet Food will be raising its prices for its retail customers starting today in order to bring the company’s new changes in line with the new resulting costs.

Its patty pack pricing will be going up by 50 cents per pound ($1.00 per bag); its two-pound bulk bags are increasing by 25 cents per pound ($.50 per bag); and its five-pound bulk bags are increasing by 20 cents per pound ($1.00 per bag).

“We trust that his minimal increase will keep our food competitive and continue to ensure the highest quality around,” wrote Gerald Buchoff, DVM, of Longevity Raw Food in a letter from the company. “Thank you for your ongoing support and do not hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have! You may reach us at (973) 837-6606 or”

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