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Einstein Pets Introduces Re*Think Dog Treats


August 11, 2016

Einstein Pets, maker of all-natural, heart-smart, one calorie dog treats, debuted its new printed packaging at the SuperZoo pet trade show held in Las Vegas in August. Crafted in small batches with form, function and versatility in mind, the 100% all-natural dog treats aid in digestion, heart health and offer super nutrients in every bite for optimal health and wellness.

Since 2012, Einstein Pets has grown each year exponentially. As the brand continues to grow and evolve, it looks to attract new customers and retailers with updated, bold print packaging and larger, 8-ounce sized bags, according to company representatives. The company debuted its entire line of all-natural dog treats in the new, 8-ounce printed bags at SuperZoo 2016.

“We’re looking forward to connecting with and introducing Einstein Pets to industry professionals and retailers at SuperZoo,” said Kelly Ison, president and CEO of Einstein Pets, in a statement before the show. “Einstein Pets differentiates itself from standard pet treats, as we carefully craft our treats to support pets’ bodies and diets, keeping calories low and nutrients high.”

The Einstein Pets product lineup will soon be available at pet specialty retailers nationwide. The USA-made treats come in six flavors: PB N’Jelly Time, Cha Cha Coconut, Pumpkin Time, Veggie Time, Turkey Bacon and Sweet Potato, and have an MSRP of $10.99 per 8oz bag. To learn more about Einstein Pets and its products, please visit www.EinsteinPets.com.

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