If you’ve walked down a cat food aisle over the past two years, you might have noticed something missing – cat food!
The confluence of events triggered by the global pandemic made worse by a massive uptick in adoptions has put an enormous strain on the global pet food supply chain with wet cat food products being impacted the hardest. However, one USA-based company, Portland Pet Food Company (PPFC), believes they’ve solved this problem with their newest line of products.
How Portland Pet Food Company Avoids These Challenges
Wet cat food supply has become strained since many products are imported, leaving many cans stuck at the ports waiting to be processed. This issue is furthered because most brands rely on aluminum cans, which has been hurt by raw materials shortages.
PPFC’s new Homestyle Meals come in two great flavors: Luke’s Chicken N’ Pumpkin and Boots’ Salmon N’ Pumpkin. Importantly though, they avoid these supply-chain issues in two key ways:
Meeting Consumer Needs
Beyond being able to ensure products remain on shelf, PPFC’s new products are crafted for the modern cat owner. The new products, which are designed to be used as a topper, mixer or rotational meal, boast several attributes cat owners seek out:
PPFC will have their Homestyle Cat Meals on display and on sale at SuperZoo at booth 1981. For those not attending, you can buy from your current PPFC distributor, or reach out to PPFC directly at [email protected].
About Portland Pet Food Company
PPFC is a manufacturer of human-grade products for dogs and cats; in addition to the Homestyle Cat Meals, they make a line of human-grade dog food toppers and produce dog treats. PPFC sources and makes all its products in the USA and is focused on providing pets with superior nutrition by gently-cooking human-grade ingredients to ensure they retain their full nutritional value.