Julia Rivera//May 4, 2022//
Julia Rivera //May 4, 2022//
Press release: Portland Pet Food Company
Portland Pet Food Company (PPFC) announces the addition of a new member of its senior management team, Dylan Page. Following a year of rapid growth and expansion, Page will work to enhance PPFC’s business development and further growth opportunities.
Page joins the team as manager of corporate development and will oversee a range of strategic and operational initiatives to support the company’s continued rapid growth. Prior to joining PPFC, Page spent seven years in middle market private equity as a vice president with Centre Partners and a senior associate with Peak Rock Capital. Page began his career as an investment banking analyst in JP Morgan’s Diversified Industries group. His focus was on consumer good products and brings his knowledge of growth in the food industry. Page is a graduate of Williams College and received a bachelor’s degree in economics.
“I am thrilled to welcome Dylan to the Portland Pet Food Team,” said Katie McCarron, founder of PPFC. “Dylan is extremely accomplished in his field, including experience in growing business development, investor relations, finance and operations. He will be a great asset to us as we continue to grow and expand.”
In the past year, PPFC has had significant growth within the retail space, online and launching a new line of pet food products which include two flavors of Homestyle Cat Meals.
Portland Pet Food Company (PPFC) is a family-owned manufacturer based in Portland, Oregon that makes human-grade dog meals and treats with ingredients sourced and made in the US. Its mission is to provide pets with the same quality food that their humans eat. Each product contains 11 ingredients or fewer and is free of any preservatives or artificial ingredients. PPFC, certified as a woman-owned business with the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council, was founded in 2014 after Katie McCarron, founder and “Top Dog,” discovered the health benefits of human-grade ingredients through personal experience with her aging dog, Rosie.