fbpx
 

Inaba Ciao Continues to Expand U.S. Distribution


July 25, 2016

Inaba Foods, makers of premium feline treats popularized in Japan, recently announced additional U.S. distribution of Ciao Grilled Fillets and Ciao Churu Purées with Pet Food Experts and Rio Grande Service Center. In addition to availability in the southwest, independent retailers in the Midwest, Northwest and northeastern parts of the country will now be able to order Inaba Ciao cat treats with added convenience.

“We are happy to partner with Pet Food Experts and Rio Grande Service Center to expand the distribution of Ciao Grilled Fillets and Ciao Churu Purées,” said Alan Graves, general manager of the Overseas Division of Inaba Foods. “As we continue to see steady demand for our treats, we look forward to supplying new retailers with our products and growing our brand to better serve retailers and customers nationwide.”

Ciao Grilled Fillets and Churu Purées were created to be higher in moisture and help provide the vital hydration felines need. Each treat includes green tea extract to offer antioxidant benefits. In addition, the treats help bring pet parents and felines together, as the treats can be fed by hand.

Inaba Foods, headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, launched the Ciao brand in the U.S. earlier this year. To ensure quality and taste, Inaba Ciao products are made in the company’s own state of the art, FDA registered plants. To learn more, distributors and retailers are invited to visit www.inabaciao.com or email info@inabaciao.com.

Share This Story On:

Digital Guide

CBD Trends

This digital guide provides valuable information on the subject of CBD, including content on dosage and the importance of being fully transparent about the product’s origin

Dog & Cat Needs

With dogs and cats being members of the family, there's vital information to know in order to serve their pet parents.

Pet Nutrition

Discover how science, technology and pet owning lifestyles are changing the industry.

Enews Subscribe

31295
close
Subscribe To Pet Age
Sign up for the weekly e-newsletter, print magazine and more. Sign Up