Press release: K9 Candy Kitchen
K9 Candy Kitchen, the makers of both branded and private label made in the U.S.A. Himalayan-Style Chew sticks, recently announced its winning of a University of Wisconsin Center for Dairy Research competition. K9 Candy Kitchen was selected among dozens of competitors as a product worthy of the universities’ resources. The Center for Dairy Research’s work will focus on a detailed sensory evaluation of K9 Candy Kitchen’s Himalayan-Style Chew sticks. It will also develop a state-of-the-art GMO manufacturing line capable of producing up to 10 million units per year.
“We are delighted to have been selected by the University of Wisconsin’s Center for Dairy Research. It’s a testament to the uniqueness and quality of the product we developed to date,” said Riki Trowe, president of K9 Candy Kitchen. “This collaboration will allow us to produce the very best product possible while significantly increasing production capacity.”
Based on the Center for Dairy Research’s findings and development work, K9 Candy Kitchen is planning on opening a new production facility in Green Bay, Wisconsin in the next six months. The new facility will focus on new product research and development and increasing compacity to meet the demand for its made in the U.S.A. cheese products.
“K9 Candy Kitchen has developed an amazing, innovative product,” said Mike Brennenstuhl, senior cheese product consultant. “Our own dogs love the product, and our testing shows that many other dogs do to.”