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Phillips Adds Blue Ridge Beef’s Raw Food for Dogs and Cats


June 27, 2019

Press release: Phillips Pet Food & Supplies

Phillips Pet Food & Supplies, a leading pet product distributor serving the independent pet channel, recently added Blue Ridge Beef’s natural raw foods to its Florida, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and South Carolina distribution centers. Blue Ridge offers meat and meat products without preservatives and additives.

Sold frozen and thawed for serving, Blue Ridge dog and cat foods use 100 percent natural proteins, including beef, chicken, duck, green tripe, quail, rabbit, turkey and venison. BRB Complete for dogs includes meat, organs, kelp, vegetables, fruit, herbs, vitamins and minerals. The Blue Ridge line has ground formulas for puppies and kittens and bones for dogs.

In 2019, Blue Ridge is celebrating 40 years of providing consumers with premium raw pet food. Blue Ridge uses USA-sourced meats and organs from USDA-certified and inspected consumption plants. All Blue Ridge products are processed in its state-of-the-art FDA and USDA inspected facility, which adheres to the same quality control standards as human consumption food production facilities.

“The addition of Blue Ridge Beef’s product line brings greater diversity to Phillips’ Fresh and Frozen category,” says Elizabeth Thibodeau, senior vice president, merchandising and marketing services for Phillips Pet Food & Supplies. “Blue Ridge has a proud history of quality and safety, and we are pleased to offer this natural pet food to our East Coast customers.”

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