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May 16, 2018

As the demand for quality and diversity continues for pet parents from coast to coast, Fromm Family Foods announces the launch of its newest variety-driven recipe, Four Star Nutritionals Rancherosa. The western-influenced diet is set to hit retailers nationwide this month.

Four-Star Nutritionals Rancherosa joins a diverse menu of kibble for dogs, designed for variety and formulated for all life stages and styles. Rancherosa’s hearty blend of beef, lamb, pork and trout paired with pinto beans, peas and chickpeas offers another grain-free entree to the dinner bowls of well-loved dogs in the US and Canada.

“The Four-Star Nutritionals line has allowed us to continually innovate and formulate creative entrées for dogs and cats rooted in premium nutrition and designed to be completely interchangeable,” said Bryan Nieman, brand director at Fromm Family Foods. “Rancherosa brings a unique western flair to our grain-free offerings, featuring a unique blend of proteins and delivering a savory mealtime option to our very passionate customer base.”

Fromm Four-Star Nutritionals Rancherosa joins a diverse menu of more than two dozen grain-free and grain-inclusive entrees that can be fed exclusively or in rotation with any other Fromm recipe. Each artisan recipe is meticulously prepared using the highest quality ingredients at our family owned-and-operated manufacturing facilities.

Based in Wisconsin, Fromm Family Foods is a fifth generation family business that says it is “steadfastly committed to continuous innovation and production of the finest pet foods available and dedicated to neighborhood pet retailers since the beginning.”

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