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Einstein Pets Releases New Black & White Flavor for Natural, USA-Made Dog Treats


August 8, 2016

Einstein Pets, leader in the innovative pet treat category, is proud to announce the launch of Black & Whites, new bite-sized carob-coconut snacks ideal for dogs.

Black & Whites make for an omega-rich and high-protein, low-fat alternative to conventional treats, perfect for training sessions, stuffable toys or sprinkling on top of food. These low-calorie bites contain only six ingredients: oat flour, carob powder, coconut, and honey, vanilla and Chia seed, and are made in the USA. Like all Einstein Pets treats, these all-natural, heart-smart treats only have one calorie.

Cleverly crafted in small batches with form, function and versatility in mind, the 100% all-natural dog treats aid in digestion and heart health, and offer super nutrients in every bite for optimal health and wellness. Since 2012, Einstein Pets has grown each year exponentially. The company debuted this new line of Black & Whites dog treats at SuperZoo, held in Las Vegas from August 2 to 4.

The Einstein Pets product lineup will soon be available at pet specialty retailers nationwide. The treats come in an additional six tempting flavors: PB N’Jelly Time, Cha Cha Coconut, Pumpkin Time, Veggie Time, Turkey Bacon and Sweet Potato. The Black & Whites treats are currently available in 5oz bags for $9.50 and 2oz bags for $6.00, and sample bags are also available for retailers to purchase.

To learn more about Einstein Pets and its products, please visit www.EinsteinPets.com.

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