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PetDine expands its production facility


Oct 15, 2021
The private label manufacturer of treats and supplements increases its production capacity by 30%.

This latest expansion, combined with the recent openings of Fort Collins and Windsor, CO plants, significantly boosts the company’s production capabilities and enables an expedited time to market for its clients.

Preston Munsch, PetDine Founding Partner: “PetDine has chartered an ambitious growth course year over year in the pet supplement and treat space, and we plan to keep delivering cutting-edge pet products while accelerating our clients’ go-to-market timeline and holding fast to our ‘Made Better’ promise.” 

Furthering the company’s commitment to reducing their carbon “pawprint” and raising the bar for sustainability in pet product manufacturing, the expanded Harvard plant uses solar energy to help power the facility. This major renewable energy initiative at the facility will not only result in additional cost savings, but also saves a substantial amount of gasoline and coal burned each year. 

“Both ADM and PetDine are at the forefront of assessing the ever-changing needs with contract manufacturing,” said Kurt Stricker, PetDine Founding Partner. “This new development strengthens our continued drive for high-quality, innovative and sustainable manufacturing in the pet products industry. We will continue to pursue growth and expansion opportunities that deliver superior, fast-paced results that help set our clients apart from other brands in this thriving space.” 

The expansion of its 210,000 square foot Illinois facility is in partnership with Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM).



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