Manufacturers have begun aggressive rollouts of upscale products designed to both promote good nutrition and good taste for pets. As a result, products made with real fish and lamb instead of processed meals are all the rage. spokeswoman for Ralston Purina Co., St. Louis, told SN. As a result, Ralston has added a new salmon & tuna product made of real fish to its Purina O.N.E. line. Shipment of 18-ounce boxes and 3.5-, 7- and 16-pound packages is scheduled for April 20, and it will be ...

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