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Dog food launches new breed of containers

Article-Dog food launches new breed of containers

Dog food launches new breed of containers
Cesar Meaty Selects dog food

Cesar Meaty Selects dog foodDogs have a new mealtime dish to celebrate as CESAR Canine Cuisine introduces MEATY SELECTS Meals, featuring added tender meaty pieces in a re-sealable 10-ounce can. Dogs love the taste of CESAR Canine Cuisine and with the new CESAR MEATY SELECTS, dogs can delight in the tantalizing flavors and irresistible texture, while dog owners can take pleasure in feeding their beloved dogs the very best. Plus, CESAR MEATY SELECTS makes mealtime more convenient with the new larger size package and re-sealable lid, which allows for easy storage in the refrigerator.


Whether served alone or as a delicious complement to dry food, CESAR Meaty Selects is another great way to show dogs how much you appreciate their love and how much they are loved in return. Available in four delicious varieties, With Beef and Grilled Chicken, Filet Mignon and Porterhouse Steak Flavors, CESAR Meaty Selects allows adoring dog owners to celebrate the special relationship they share with their dogs.


"At CESAR, we are committed to providing the taste dogs love and are now excited to provide an added convenience for the owners who love them," said Denise Truelove, brand manager for CESAR Canine Cuisine. "With the re-sealable cans, dog owners now have a larger format to choose from with a more convenient way to store leftovers, while still providing great taste as an expression of their love."


For all the ways your dog gives you joy, love them back with new CESAR Meaty Selects and all the tasty lines CESAR has to offer.


Source: Mars Petcare US

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