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Natural Pet Direct, Almo Nature USA Announce Distribution Partnership


Press release: Fondazione Capellino 

In our continuing mission to expand distribution across the United States and offer to our retail partners with the best distribution partners possible, Almo Nature USA Inc. is delighted to announce our new distribution partnership with Natural Pet Direct.

Natural Pet Direct serves the five boroughs of New York City.

“The strategic location of Natural Pet Direct will enable them to serve as an important asset for pet retailers in the New York City area, in terms of increased sales support, customer care and more,” says Lorenzo Capellino, North America CEO of Almo Nature.

Almo Nature Benefit SpA is a firm that produces food for dogs and cats, the property of which has been donated to the Fondazione by Lorenzo and Pier Giovanni Capellino. Its profits, after expenses, taxes, and investments, are entirely destined for the Fondazione Capellino projects. Almo Nature, which produces high-quality food for cats and dogs, is investing to become a company with zero impact on biodiversity by 2030. Our living and working alongside cats and dogs is not limited to the production of foods, but continues through Companion Animal for Life, a project of Fondazione Capellino, which Almo Nature supports operationally. By taking part in the Economy of Restitution, Almo Nature expresses, deeply and lastingly, its identity as a company for benefit, making it unique on the world stage.

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