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Pet Supplements Maker Opens New Manufacturing Plant

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PetDine debuted a 10,000-sq-ft production site near its Fort Collins, CO headquarters last month.

Private-label functional pet products manufacturer PetDine opened a new manufacturing facility near its headquarters in Fort Collins, CO last month, expanding the company’s capacity and ability to serve its customers.  

“The pet products industry is a fast-paced, ever-growing industry,” Preston Munsch, the firm’s CEO, said in a release. “Increasing production capacity and staying on the cutting edge of manufacturing will help us speed up our clients’ go-to-market timeline and maintain leadership within the industry.”

PetDine is a supplier of customized pet products including powder supplements and soft chews for private-label customers, as well as liquid food toppers. The company said the addition of the Colorado plant will double its capacity for liquid food toppers.  

“Whether it is liquid food toppers, natural animal chews, or powders, we want to provide the best health benefits to our four-legged friends and outstanding results at a faster pace for our clients,” said Jay Sokolowski, senior production manager for PetDine, in a statement.

The company currently operates another manufacturing site in Harvard, IL.

Mordor Intelligence recently estimated that the market value of the global pet food market was $96.8 billion in 2020. The business intelligence firm forecasts that the market will grow at a CAGR of 4.8% from 2021 to 2026.

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