Sara Kuris, CEO and Owner of Frenchie’s Kitchen, announced today that all products under the Frenchie’s Kitchen label will be produced in a USDA Human Food Facility. This move will significantly set the bar for other dog food manufacturers and increase the volume of products that can be prepared on a monthly basis. I do not know of many other dog food companies in the USA that have achieved this highest level of certification”, noted Sara. While many dog food products are made in USDA inspected facilities, their primary meat sources are “rejected” for human consumption and passed along for use in pet food. From its inception, Frenchie’s Kitchen’s products have been produced using only human-grade ingredients. As explained by Sara, “our partnership with a USDA Human Food Facility is a major accomplishment for our Company, for all our products and most importantly for all pet owners. We have always set very high standards for our own products and now for the entire pet food industry”.
As part of this expansion program, Frenchie’s Kitchen has also affiliated with United Food Industries (“UNFI”) as its new distributor. As a result of Frenchie’s Kitchen’s successful relationship with Whole Foods Market stores throughout Texas and Louisiana, UNFI brought in the Frenchie’s product line as an addition to its current list of natural and organic products. This partnership with UNFI will allow Frenchie’s Kitchen to expand its market base and provide TDF “to drool for” meals to dogs across the country.
Frenchie’s Kitchen dedicates a portion of all sales proceeds to support Rescue Groups and No-Kill Shelters.