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Stewart Pro-Treat by MiracleCorp Introduces New 100 Percent Pure Chicken Breast Treats


August 9, 2016

MiracleCorp announced the addition of a new 100 Percent Pure Chicken Breast option to the Stewart Pro-Treat line of Freeze-Dried dog treats. The all-natural Chicken Breast Pro-Treats debuted at SuperZoo 2016 and was entered into the New Product Showcase for a chance at the coveted ‘Best in Show’ honor.

According to a statement from MiracleCorp, chicken is a great source of lean, low-fat protein that helps with muscle growth, development and in supporting a healthy body weight. The chicken breast meat is also loaded with Calcium Phosphorus, Potassium, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Iron, Zinc and Selenium, making it a nutritious single-ingredient treating option.

“We do very well with our Freeze-Dried Pro-Treat line, and although we currently offer a chicken liver option, plain chicken breast is something that both retailers and consumers have been asking for,” said Lori Fouts, vice president of sales management for MiracleCorp. “We’re excited to now offer eight all-natural, single-ingredient treating options for dogs.”

Fresh, conveniently freeze-dried and diced into reward size treats, Pro-Treat is designed to be an excellent reward and training tool. All eight varieties of treats contain only one ingredient, making them ideal for dogs with allergies or those who are on limited ingredient diets.

For more information on the new 100 Percent Pure Chicken Breast Pro Treats or additional Stewart products, visit www.stewartpet.com.

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