Retailers are capitalizing on the popularity of pet foods that tie into the anthropomorphic trend
Paul Newman once won a $10 bet with Jay Leno after eating from a can of Newman's Own human-grade Chicken and Brown Rice dog food on The Tonight Show. While it's doubtful other pet owners will follow suit, many may have been tempted given the restaurant-quality recipes, high-end cuts of meat and grilling, steaming, simmering and marinating that go into today's premium pet foods. But the human appeal doesn't end there. More and more products boasting antioxidants, omega-3s and fiber are ...
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